Apr 10th, 2012 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 2:26 pm

I think it’s safe to assume that Samsung is preparing the Galaxy S III for its world wide debut any month now. If Samsung hopes to beat the iPhone 5 out of the gate — and they do — that means the Galaxy S III must be undergoing not just internal testing, but carrier testing as well. What’s strange is despite all of that, with a device as lustworthy as Samsung’s upcoming flagship, why haven’t we seen it yet? No leaks? No peaks? Not a single slip up. ‘Nuffin.

Well, according to sources over at ETNews, Samsung could be employing Apple-like methods for keeping the Galaxy S III shrouded in mystery. Apparently, Samsung is actually keeping the device in disguise while it’s being tested, with the device enclosed in a casing not unlike we’ve seen from Apple who requires a similar practice for employees whenever they take an upcoming iPhone out into the wild.

Looks like it might not be up until the even of the device’s launch, that we’ll actually get a real sneak peak at the Samsung Galaxy S III. I, for one, can’t wait to see what Samsung has come up with. With the HTC One X stealing Android hearts left and right, it’d better be good.

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