Samsung is getting ready to unveil its fourth-gen Galaxy S model, with the special event set to take place on March 14 in New York – where we’ll be present to cover the whole show for you – but meanwhile we get to look at more Galaxy S4 rumors.
Sam Mobile writes that the Android maker will sell six Galaxy S4 versions later this year. We’re looking at two colors, black and white, and three capacities, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB:
- GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 16 GB (White)
- GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 32 GB (White)
- GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 64 GB (White)
- GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 16 GB (Black)
- GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 32 GB (Black)
- GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 64 GB (Black)
While this is yet to be confirmed, it’s definitely not surprising to hear that initially the handset would be available in two color options, just like its predecessor that launched in white and blue.
When it comes to on-board storage, the Galaxy S4 will apparently also resemble the Galaxy S3, both when it comes to capacity options but also microSD support (up to 64GB).
In case earlier rumors prove correct and Samsung will indeed use both its Exynos 5 Octa and the Qualcomm 600 inside the Galaxy S4, depending on the market it’s supposed to serve, then we’ll have even more Galaxy S4 combinations on shelves. Not to mention that Samsung may very well launch different color options for the handset in the future, just as it did with the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 in the months following their respective releases.
What Galaxy S4 version will you buy?