Samsung has sent out invitations for the launch of its next Galaxy device, suggesting that it will soon unveil its highly anticipated answer to Apple's iPhone 4S, the Galaxy S3.
The electronics giant's invitations, for an event scheduled for 3 May, include the headline, "come and meet the next Galaxy", confirming a new device in the hugely-popular range will be unveiled.
The invitation, however, offers few clues over what device Samsung plans to show off, although many have taken the inclusion of Galaxy as evidence that it will be the company's new flagship S3 handset.
A Samsung spokesperson declined to provide any further details when contacted by V3.
Currently, there are almost no confirmed details about the eagerly awaiting follow up to Samsung's popular Galaxy S2.
Earlier in 2012 one credible theory suggested the device will pack a super-charged new battery capable of lasting more than a day, even with heavy usage.
The improved battery rumours stemmed from Samsung's vice president of product innovation, Kevin Packingham, who made the claim while speaking to CNET.
Past that, the inclusion of paint like blobs on the invitation suggests the S3 will feature the same S-Pen stylus seen on its existing Galaxy Note tablet/smartphone hybrid.
Samsung will be hoping the device helps it retain its position as the top Android manufacturer and keep pace with Apple in the vanguard of the smartphone market.
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