Did the Samsung Galaxy SIII Just Show Up in Vietnam?

Samsung's Galaxy SIII is due to launch officially on May 3rd. We've already seen some blurry images of what might be the phone—but now an even more convincing example has surfaced in Vietnam.

Engadget reports that the handset showed up on Vietnamese site Tinhte—though the original page is now down. No worries: we still have the pictures and specs that were leaked.

According to the leak, the phone—going by model number GT-I9300—packs: a 720 x 1184 4.6-inch display (that's 320 DPI), a quad-core 1.4 GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, a 2,050mAh battery, an 8-megapixel camera and 16GB of storage.

There also appears to be some kind of plastic rim around this leaked device, making it look slightly larger than it actually is and disguising the edge of the handset.

It's difficult to know for certain if this is the real deal, but the images certainly look more convincing than a lot of leaks we see. Also, Tinhte has in the past scooped both the current-gen iPad and the original Galaxy Tab prior to their official release—so it has strong past form. [Tinhte via Engadget]

Did the Samsung Galaxy SIII Just Show Up in Vietnam?S

Did the Samsung Galaxy SIII Just Show Up in Vietnam?S

Did the Samsung Galaxy SIII Just Show Up in Vietnam?S

Did the Samsung Galaxy SIII Just Show Up in Vietnam?S

Did the Samsung Galaxy SIII Just Show Up in Vietnam?S