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Tuesday, 26 February 2013 13:50

Galaxy S4 comes on March 14

Written by Fuad Abazovic



New York launch

Samsung has sent out press invites for the Samsung Galaxy S4 launch. The invitation named “Ready 4 The show, come and meet the next Galaxy,” has been sent out or hand delivered at the Mobile World Congress.

The place is New York, the date is 14th of March 2013. There are way too many rumours about the phone, some claim that it is powered by the Exynos 5 Octa, while others say Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600 will be the heart and soul of the new phone. We can only guarantee that neither Apple’s A7 or Nvidia Tegra 4 will be in this phone. It will be wise to expect screen size close to 5 inches, full HD resolution, and a battery bigger than 2100 mAh. A better camera with more than 8 megapixels, NFC and Gorilla Glass are also on the way, but we don’t know whether Samsung will stick with micro SD support in the S4.

We just hope that Samsung has something better in store than the thin plastic wrapped around the Galaxy S3. Of course, there is no doubt that this phone has the potential to be the best selling Android phone to date.

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