Report: Samsung Galaxy S4 to Debut in February

  • Bigger, OLED display
  • LGE network capabilty
  • Global shipment in March 2013
Samsung is reportedly expected to debut Samsung Galaxy S4 in February next year, its follow-up to the commercially-successful flagship Galaxy S3 line, seen as another fresh take from the technology giant's bid to slug it out with riva

  • Bigger, OLED display
  • LGE network capabilty
  • Global shipment in March 2013
Samsung is reportedly expected to debut Samsung Galaxy S4 in February next year, its follow-up to the commercially-successful flagship Galaxy S3 line, seen as another fresh take from the technology giant's bid to slug it out with rivals in the high-end mobile market. 
 
According to the Korean Times, Samsung is reportedly planning to un-wrap Galaxy S4 in February next year at a European exhibition for mobile innovations in Barcelona, Spain that will be followed by a global shipment the following month. 
 
The latest smartphone device, which Samsung will exhibit at the Mobile World Congress, is already seen as a fierce and powerful entry in the smartphone market space in terms of hardware specifications and software innovation. Said to continue using long-term evolution (LTE) networks, the Galaxy S4 will come packed with wider screen than S3, use OLED display, Android operating system, Exynos application processors and quad-core chips.
 
The Korean technology giant has introduced Galaxy S3 in May and followed by worldwide shipment the following month. September figures already showed that the flagship Galaxy device had sold more than 20 million units, on top of 200,000 daily sales.
 
Galaxy S3 comes loaded with features that include a wide 4.8-inch AMOLED display, compatibility with long-term evolution (LTE) networks, and some abilities that the company dubbed as “human” features. It also sports the home-grown Exynos, its branded application processors and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon quad-core chipsets.
 
According to a Samsung official quoted by the Korean daily paper, consumers will find few changes in the design of the Galaxy S4 but the company will retain its already popular rectangular shape with rounded corner concept.
 
Following a very tight timeline of just nine months seems calculated for the Galaxy S4 to seize more market share, banking on Samsung’s ability to “guarantee on-time delivery, output commitment and better pricing for mobile application processors.’’
 
The news about Galaxy S4’s release came days after its arch-rival Apple dropped the new iPhone 5. The two companies are currently locked-in patent disputes in different countries, including Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Australia.
 
Apple has earlier reported iPhone 5 pre-order sales to shoot up to two million advanced orders within 24 hours after opening the device on sale. 

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