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Samsung's next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, appears set for launch early next month, with the company now inviting folk to "come meet the next Galaxy" at a London event on 3 May.

OK, so Sammy's official blog doesn't detail which new addition to the Galaxy family will be on show, but the S III has been seemingly on the verge of being launched for the past three months now. And with a event streamed live on the firm's Facebook page, it seems likely the next-gen Android blower will have its day.

Coincidentally, on 5/3/2012 no less. Well, more like 3/5/2012 on this side of the pond.

Galaxy SIII invite

Either way, less than three weeks to go and Samsung's next cosmic girl - rumoured to pack an Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, HD display and a 12Mp camera - shall finally be revealed.

We'll keep you posted. ®

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