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Samsung Galaxy S III photo allegedly leaked by insider

The internet's leaking like a sieve today – throwing up another image that supposedly shows off Samsung's long-awaited Galaxy S III

The Samsung Galaxy S III is fast catching up with Apple’s iPhone in the rumour mill department with yet another leaked photo appearing online – this one coming courtesy of a Redditor who’s reportedly been sent a photo of the fabled phone by a Samsung insider.

Interestingly, the Samsung Galaxy S III is also described as having two optional launchers, enabling you to swap between the stock Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich offering and Samsung’s own TouchWiz overlay.

The Galaxy S III will also supposedly sport the same ceramic micro arc oxidation back seen in the HTC One S, as well as a 4.7in Super AMOLED+ HD screen, quad-core Exynos 4412 processor, 2GB of RAM and a 12MP camera.

A few eagle-eyed Reddit users have already cast doubt over the authenticity of the photo, so join us in taking all of this (and the previous leaked image) with a rather large helping of salt for the time being.

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