For everyone’s surprise ,Sony has introduced a better smart phone to compete with the mobile giant Samsung . Yes ,Sony has released many famous Xperia lie ups in the past ,but none of them had a chance to stand in front of the recent (last 2 years) smart phones of Samsung .
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As Teckdiary reported earlier ,Samsung has confirmed the upcoming Galaxy SIV by sending invitations for the unpack event of the device ,that would be held on 4th of March 2013. But the latest report from Samsung say ,they would not release the device to the masses until the May 2013 . Await for preview and more sparkling news on Galaxy SIV at Teckdiary.com .
We have already started to follow the Samsung Galaxy S4 rumors and speculations . Now the information comes about S4 are almost near to true .
Expected Specifications of Samsung Galaxy S4
The upcoming Galaxy S4 should use Samsung’s own quad-core Exynos 4 processor (found in the current S III) and will “definitely use” LTE networks. S4 will have 5” screen with 1080 Pixel resolution ,which is becoming a standard now, started with HTC and Motorola Droid Razor . As we have reported already ,you can expect a demo of the Samsung Galaxy S4 at the Mobile World Congress which would take place in February 2013.
Even though Samsung officially denied the rumors initially speculated on Korean Times ,about the new Galaxy S4 ,now the tip offs from reliable sources given to the blogosphere ,and the way market moves (business intelligence ) shows that Samsung will release the next Galaxy S device sooner than the normal release cycle ,which is one year normally .
Galaxy S4 will have almost very identical features of Galaxy SIII ,as how Samsung develops the new generation of phones.Some add-on software features will be used to distinguish the phone and positioning .
Galaxy S4 Release Date
Release date of Samsung Galaxy S4 is believed to be somewhere around March 2013.
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