Samsung China Chief: Galaxy S III may arrive a month earlier in April
Multiple reports are flowing in, where it is being said that Samsung’s China head has hinted that the company’s flagship device, the much-awaited Galaxy S III will be out in April.
During the Samsung Forum 2012 which is currently underway in Beijing, China, Kim Young-ha, Chief Executive of Samsung Electronics China has promised that the Korean giant will be going in for some aggressive marketing strategies for its complete lineup of devices.
With this, Young-ha went on to say that in the company, in order to have a great sale of its upcoming S III is planning to reschedule the launch of the device a month earlier in April than what was earlier as May. He said,
“In order to increase sales of the Galaxy S3 as well as the Galaxy Note which is already very popular in China, the company is considering rescheduling the rollout of the Galaxy S3 from May to April.”
So the May 22 date which was speculated earlier could be pushed forward in China and in other regions too.