Sunday, April 22nd, was no ordinary day for Samsung followers, who were truly surprised when they read on Twitter “Destination: tgeltaayehxnx”. However, if you took a closer look, you would notice that this was nothing more than an anagram, and if you dared to rearrange the letters, it would read: “The Next Galaxy“. And if you added a .com to the end of messy anagram, you would be taken to Samsung Mobile website that resembled countdown clock that was counting down to Monday, April 23rd at 7 a.m. At this specific time, the page crashed because of the so many users trying to visit the site at the same time. Everybody supposed that at this time we would be looking at a long-awaited Galaxy S3, but finally, when the page loaded half an hour later it simply said:
“You got it all mixed up. Following technology blindly often gets you nowhere.”
Before the mentioned scrambled word “tgeltaayehxnx” was arranged in blocks, and it was obvious that you were expected to click on each letter, but this time in the correct order, so you would be revealed “your real destination”. The word to be spelled was obvious – “TheNextGalaxy”
However, most of us who watched this teaser was not too happy about it, since the teaser itself doesn’t reveal any of the phone’s capabilities or specifications. Finally, Samsung is going to end months of speculation, since the phone is expected to be officially unveiled at a special Samsung event on May 3rd.
We will be among the first companies to offer you the latest accessories for the new Galaxy S3, and until then feel free to visit our online store, and choose some of the Galaxy S2 accessories, if you are still not planning to upgrade to the latest version of this popular smartphone. We have a variety of accessories, including Galaxy S2 cases, covers, batteries, chargers and more.