Everyone who gives a crud about mobile phones has May 3 circled in his or her calendar, as that’s the date Samsung is expected to unveil the successor to the Galaxy S II.
Now we’re hearing that the Galaxy S III (if that is indeed what it’s called) will be joined on stage by a new Galaxy Tab (what?!), and – as if that wasn’t enough to chew on – Samsung’s answer to iCloud.
Right, let’s deal with that tablet first of all. CNET Asia (by way of a “source familiar with the matter”) promises a new 10.1in Samsung Galaxy Tab will make an appearance on May 3.
And no, it’s not the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, which is thought to have been delayed to allow for a beefy quad-core injection. The source reckons this new thing will be dual-core. If true, it'll be the 983rd Samsung Galaxy Tab.
We’re also told to expect S Cloud, essentially a Samsunged iCloud. It’ll offer an “unlimited service” alongside an on demand store, with audio and video available for an as yet unknown fee.
Samsung is said to have drafted in Microsoft, South Korea’s KT and Amazon in order to ensure all goes well with S Cloud at launch.
Only 12 days to go, peeps…