Of late, images captured by the yet-to-be-released Samsung Galaxy S III were published online, and needless to say, the images managed to draw the attention of not only Samsung loyalists, but the entire tech community.
Now it seems, however, that the Galaxy S III has itself made its debut on the Web - thus raising the anticipation to an entirely new level.
But then, it is yet to be confirmed whether or not the leaked image is indeed the eagerly awaited Galaxy S III.
But keeping in mind that the Mobile World Congress is approaching, chances are pretty good that the leaked, unknown handset is nothing else but the Galaxy S II successor, reports PCWorld.
It is worth mentioning here that the Galaxy S II was unveiled during the 2011 edition of MWC.
The leaked device has a screen which is more or less similar to the 5.3 inch screen of the Galaxy Note, and bears little resemblance to the 4.3 inch Super AMOLED display of the Galaxy S II.
But then, taking a closer look at the device's front camera placement, one can see the similarities between this unknown device and the Galaxy S II.