Samsung registered both the domain names TGELTAAYEHXNX.COM & THENEXTGALAXY.COM in April and curiously enough, not at the same time. A look at the registry whois data for both domain names show that they were both created in April via Godaddy an set to expire in one year.
THENEXTGALAXY.COM appeared on the 9th of April while TGELTAAYEHXNX.COM came on the 13th of April which may indicate that Samsung waited till the last few weeks before taking the final step to book the domain name (and take the risk of losing them out to someone else).
It is worth noting that the new iPad - formerly known as the iPad 3 - was introduced by Apple on the 7th of March and was the first on the block to bypass the normal numerical naming convention.
It appears increasingly likely that Samsung will do the same for the followup to the Samsung Galaxy S, one more way through which the Cupertino-based company may have "influenced" Samsung strategic decisions.
The next Galaxy products are expected to be launched on the 3rd of May at an event in London where we have already booked out seat. Note that theNEXTGalaxy.com is no longer down but is still running extremely slowly.
Samsung's follow up to the Galaxy S2 is expected to come with a quad core Exynos processor clocked at 1.4GHz, 1GB RAM, 16GB onboard storage, a 4.65-inch with a 1,280 by 720 pixels resolution and cost less than £500 at launch.