Samsung Galaxy S4 to debut in February?


London: Samsung Galaxy S4, the successor of the South Korean firm’s most selling smartphone S3, is being discussed on social networking and different forums and people are looking very keen to know the release date of the next generation phone.

In recent days, many tech news sites have been rumored that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be equipped with unbreakable screen. Here are the results for Samsung’s long-term efforts in the research and manufacture of flexible AMOLED screen.

South-Korean technology giant Samsung has revealed the dates for its annual Forum and promised “major announcements”, sparking speculation that it could launch the Samsung Galaxy S4 phone in February in Monaco.

Although the current model, the Samsung Galaxy S3, launched only in late May this year, rumours of a successor have been circulating for months already. Samsung was previously forced to deny that it would debut the S4 at CES in Las Vegas in January.

However, a report earlier claimed that S4 would not be launched at CES 2013 or MWC 2013 event took place this year.

The Verge say the plastic screen still have to spend much time on the smartphone so not sure S4 (S IV) will use the above components.

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Rumors said that the resolution of Galaxy S4 (S IV) would be 1920 x 1080p (pixel density 441ppi), a new trend for smart phones of 2013. In addition, this smartphone will use the 13MP sensor, 2GB RAM and a quad-core processor clocked at 2GHz.

To power the Galaxy S4 is the latest Android version from Google, CNET said, adding that under the hood, the mobile phone will likely be powered by a quad-core processor and not by eight-core chips as earlier reported.


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