Samsung is currently riding high as the king of the Android smartphones with its Samsung Galaxy SIII Android ICS (soon to be Jelly Bean!) device, but as with most technology, no sooner than we’ve gotten used to something than we want a newer, better version of that same product.
So, our thoughts now turn to the next Galaxy handset, the Samsung Galaxy S4, or S IV, depending on your preference.
Reportedly Samsung has dropped hints that it is looking to release the next flagship smartphone next year in the spring. This is not massively surprising as this would be nearly a year to the date that the S3 was released, but still, it’s nice to know that Samsung isn’t going to make us wait.
The report comes from Korea Times, where a company official reportedly told them “the new device is expected to hit shelves globally in March at the latest” which will be following a big announcement at the annual MWC conference in February.
The report also states that the next Galaxy smartphone will keep the current “inspired by nature” design language of its predecessor and that the already large 4.8-inch screen may also be stretched out to a whopping 5-inch panel, which is the same size as the original Samsung Galaxy Note (the follow-up Note 2 is now 5.5inches!)
It’s a long wait for us to see the device, but with Christmas just around the corner and the build-up to MWC starting soon afterwards, we will following the Galaxy S4 rumour mill before you know it.
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Via: The Next Web