Though it's already been broadly assumed that Samsung's "Next Galaxy" event in London early next month would be for the hotly anticipated Galaxy S II successor — the flagship phone in the Korean giant's Android lineup — we've now been able to confirm it with a source close to the company. In other words, this won't be for a new Galaxy Note, Galaxy Tab, or a lower-end product or range of products — May 3rd is the real deal. It's still unclear whether this milestone device will be known as the Galaxy S III or something else entirely, but we'll know soon enough.
We've also confirmed with our source that the global version of the device will feature a quad-core processor, matching up with earlier rumors. "Expect superlative benchmark...
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