Samsung will be introducing new products during the Mobile World Congress later this month, except for probably the most-awaited one: the Galaxy S III. The company has confirmed that they won’t be launching their 2012 flagship phone at MWC, and will instead launch it at a separate event “in the first half of the year,” when it’s closer to commercial availability.
Whenever that is, the S III expected to improve on its predecessor with a faster processor and a 720p screen. They didn’t give a reason for the delay. Some rumors point to supply or production issues, but it’s also possible that they’re just waiting to launch it closer to the launch of its main rival, the iPhone 5.