Flipboard for Android, witch was shipped with the SGS3, has received an over-the-air update from the company itself, despite the fact that it is not available for public consumption. Could they have ment for it to leak? Users of the app, and my self are being prompted for an update as soon as they enter the app, and the version jumps from 0.7.8 to 1.8.4. While the significant number increase may mean that the initial leaked version was months old, or major interal updating, the app is expected to launch between three and six months.
The leak is unlikely to impact sales of the GGS3, but Samsung has to be pretty upset by the whole thing. Anyone with sideloading abilities and basic knowledge of Android can obtain the file. This is the perfect example of Android and its Open souce platform you cant keep files away from those who want to use them. Unlike the iOS platform, thats why if you want to make money you do it on the Apple platform.
If you would like the app your self hit the souce link.