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The Samsung Galaxy S3 is coming! And in just a few days we'll be live from London to bring you full coverage of the announcement event. This week saw an insane level of hype and anticipation building for Samsung's new flagship smartphone. We've had trailers, rumors, leaks, leaks and more leaks, and we've also brought you a full run-down of what we're expecting to see from Samsung next Thursday.

We also had out usual share of device announcements leaks and updates elsewhere in the Android world. We got our first look at Sony's new entry-level phone, codenamed "Tapioca", along with launches for the Panasonic Eluga, Samsung Galaxy S Advance and LG Optimus 3D Max. And we also had a thorough review of one of the leading cases for the new HTC One X.

We've got all the highlights from the past week in international Android news below. If you've got an international story, be sure to tip us at the usual address.

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Android Central international round-up - April 28, 2012


So by international you mean not US? Seems like a weird use of the term.

in·ter·na·tion·al /ˌintərˈnaSHənl/Adjective: Existing, occurring, or carried on between two or more nations.

I agree. The correct term should be extranational. Although that doesn't seem to be a word officially. Eh...maybe international fits after all.

Yes, this is a US-centric website, and usually the word international is used to designate world-wide things, as opposed to things within a particular country. That's how the word is used in english-speaking countries...

Maybe, but just because a word is used that way doesn't make it right...although on the other hand it kind of does. So really it's the timeless definition that I should be upset with.