Samsung Galaxy S4 Release Reportedly Pitched Around May 2013!
Yes, you read it right! With CES 2013 just around the corner, many were expecting that Samsung would release the next generation Galaxy Android phone this week in Las Vegas. On the contrary, incoming reports reveal otherwise.
Samsung has inadvertently disclosed that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be released after May. Confirming it on its Lebanese Facebook page, the Korea-based technology giant admitted that the Galaxy S4 release date won’t be until May 2013 at least.
Samsung Galaxy S4 is expected to sport a beastly mettle under the hood with aesthetics largely analogous to the incredibly successful Galaxy S3. It might also some undisclosed novel features since it is destined to be a direct successor to Galaxy S3. Jump past the break to read more.
Word is in the air that Galaxy S4 might feature a large AMOLED screen display approximating at 5 inches with a quad-core processor flanked by a Mali GPU under the hood. It will house 2 GB of RAM storage. A purported leaked picture of the Galaxy S4 smartphone has shown no signs of physical buttons on the face of the phone.
Here’s an expert from Samsung about the Galaxy S4 release date:
“Hello guys, What we said is only trivial since all Galaxy S series are released between late April and Early May, yet there’s no way for anyone to know the exact release date.”
While no concrete revelations have been made with regard to its specifications, it is anticipated that Samsung Galaxy S4 features Corning Gorilla Glass 2 to protect the screen from scratches. The internal storage of the device is pitched at around 32GB while allowing expandable storage of up to 64GB or perhaps beyond using a microSD card.
A snappy 13 megapixel sensor capable of recording 1080p video and a front-facing HD camera might also find a place in Galaxy S4 specs sheet. The Galaxy S3 shoots great photos but there’s always room for improvement when you are expecting something next-gen.
Samsung might also consider including the S Pen that originally debuted with the Galaxy Note smartphone. This would allow the device to be used for easy note-taking and freehand sketching among other things while multi-view mode will allow the users to take advantage of the purported large screen to run two apps side by side on the same screen at the same time.
A lot is being said about the Galaxy S4 Android phone, but if you have been following the trend any little, you would know that Samsung has generally released the Galaxy S series phones around the April-May timeframe which suggests that the Apple-sued smartphone maker will stick with the release cycle to launch Galaxy S4 along the same timeframe.
We will keep you posted as more details surface. Stay tuned!