The approaching announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is still one of the trending topics discussed in the mobile phone business. A lot of mobile device enthusiasts have been excited about its launch for some months now. It appears that the new device will be officially announced on March 15th by the South Korea based manufactuer.
For some time now, rumours and assumptions regarding the possible features and specs of the Galaxy S4 have been widely discussed online. The original rumours stated that the Galaxy S4 will come with an 8-core processor and a flexible screen. But newer leaks on the internet are suggesting otherwise.
It is believed that the Galaxy S4 will be sporting some powerful features such as a full HD 1080p resolution in a 5-inch screen, a highly powerful quad-core processing unit, a 12-megapixel camera, and its operating system will be Android Jellybean. The phone will also come with LTE connectivity and a wireless charging capacity.
Aside from the rumours and speculations regarding the features of the phone, there are also a number of assumed photos of the device that have been leaked, but the authenticity of some remain questionable doubtful. Although the appearance and the design of the Galaxy S4 is still not yet confirmed, the specifications of the device have been listed in a leaked PDF file from a South Korean financial services company. There is a screenshot of the file found at Phandroid. The Galaxy S4 is part of the list of many other Samsung devices such as the Galaxy S3 Mini, Galaxy Note 2, Ativ S, and Galaxy S3 LTE. There is no official image of the Galaxy S4 yet, but the specifications of the phone are already listed, backing up the speculations about the screen, the processor and the OS. In the PDF, the size and weight of the phone is left blank. Visit our website for Samsung galaxy S4 price comparison and the best offers for Samsung Galaxy S3 deals.
There are few more weeks before the launch of the Galaxy S4 and we will keep you up to date with everything you need to know about the device.