The most anticipated Android phone 2013 is now expected to arrive early as Samsung is preparing to launch its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S 4. Even though rumors have already been suggesting the release date of the handset, but the latest is the also the most concrete.
Based on a reliable source, the Galaxy S 4 will formally be launched at an event on March 15th, which is only a month away, and in contrast to previous clues that hinted to a date in the midst of April. The release date is in accordance with previous Galaxy S III unveiling. The report also reveals that Samsung will hold this year’s unveiling in USA as it will help company capture the interest of US media.
The Galaxy S4 will require more than just effort to take attention away from the iPhone 5S, which is already taking the limelight away from rival handsets. Samsung will start sending invitations for this event shortly after the MWC, which will be held between the 25th and the 28th of February.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 specs is not yet official but all the leaks and reports are suggesting that the phone will get much-superior hardware including an Exynos 5 Octa (8-Core) processor, a quad-core graphics chip, a full HD 5-inch Super AMOLED screen, 2GB of RAM, a 13 MP camera capable of shooting videos at 30 frames per second that also in 1080p resolution.
This time around Samsung Galaxy S4 will come in two colors: black and white, which again is in line with the rival offerings.