Yet another picture of what looks like the Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone has appeared online courtesy of crowdsourcing website Reddit which ought therefore to be taken with a pinch of salt.
The poster says that his/her friend works at Samsung "in a respectable" position and was able to take the picture and share it with some friends.
Some sites like Cnet have already debunked it as a bad example of Photoshoppery with the modified picture looking very much like a hastily put together job (and a Galaxy S2 with the screen of a Galaxy Nexus photoshopped onto it).
The photo itself doesn't tell much; the phone may have two launchers for that comes with Samsung's TouchWiz user interface and the other one that is an untouched version of Ice Cream Sandwich like the Galaxy Nexus.
Other rumours that have surfaced lately regarding the Samsung Galaxy S3 include a May release date, a March release date, a 4.8-inch Full HD screen, a quad core processor (either a Tegra camera,3 or an Exynos 4412), up to 2GB RAM, a 2250mAh battery, a 12-megapixel camera and a ceramic case.
Samsung's current top of the range handset is still the Galaxy S2 (and its various flavours).