If the Galaxy S II has proven to be such a highly desirable phone, imagine what its successor will be like.
That doesn't logically follow at all. Samsung GS3 could very well be completely redesigned, or messed up or be a 2kg brick... pretty much anything at all Samsung wants. Latching onto names is something the Apple camp does
The hottest smartphone on the planet right now is arguably the Samsung Galaxy S II. It sold 120,000 units in South Korea after just three days, and just set a record with over 1 million units sold in Korea in the first month after launch in the country. That means that the handset is the fastest selling smartphone in Korean history, although some cynics would say that Samsung had the home field advantage.
Just because the Samsung Galaxy S II has scored outrageous quadrant benchmark scores doesn't mean that the phone can't be improved. The president of Samsung's Mobile division, J.K. Shin, said that the Samsung Galaxy SIII will see the light of day in the first half of next year. If the Galaxy S II has proven to be such a highly desirable phone, imagine what its successor will be like. Also, we should see carrier-specific versions of the Samsung Galaxy S II hit the States sometime this summer.