A new invite leak has made its way on to the web, suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy S3 is to finally make its first appearance May 3.
There have been a number of leaks suggesting that the next generation of Samsung Galaxy handsets is to launch soon, but Dutch technology site Tweakers,net reckons it now has an official invite to the London event and that it is indeed happening in the next few weeks.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the most anticipated phones of the year and because of this the world has been subject to leak after leak after leak – some good, some pretty awful.
If Samsung is looking to emulate Apple's pre-buzz with the launch of this handset, then it is doing a pretty good job.
The strongest hints on the Samsung Galaxy S3 specs so far are that it is to have anything between a 4.6-inch to 4.8-inch screen, a Super AMOLED display, powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core Exynos 4412 processor and running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Other more out-there claims include wireless charging, and there's been much speculation about the handset having a physical home button – something which Samsung has been torn about since designing the phone, given that ICS negates the need for such a thing.
We have contacted Samsung to see if there's any truth to these latest rumours, but the company has been fairly tight-lipped on things – although it did reveal that the last invite rumour was indeed false.
As always, we will keep you update but if the invites are indeed starting to creep out, then we reckon the Samsung Galaxy S3 release date could well be end of May.