Well known display configuration company, Displaymate have conducted tests on the new Samsung Galaxy S4, comparing it with its predecessor the Galaxy S3 and the iPhone 5 in a high res screen battle royal.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 was officially launched in India today, priced at Rs 41,500, and will be available from tomorrow, April 27. Will you be picking one up?
The Galaxy S4 is projected to sell in 100 million units, a target that is deemed “highly achievable”, due to the “explosive demand” for the new device. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S3 keeps on trucking.
The device, which will be available at Reliance Digital stores across India, and some are rumored to be taking pre-orders. For Samsung to involve themselves in an emerging market like India straight away tells us they’re serious about domination.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is set to launch in South Korea tomorrow despite Samsung admitting to supply issues.
Koodo seems to have the cheapest outright price for the Samsung Galaxy S4 in Canada at the moment. The mobile operator currently has it listed at $625 CAD.
Samsung is gearing up for the worldwide release of the Galaxy S4, but the security software solution Knox won’t be ready for launch.
The T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S4 won’t be making it to the company’s stores on May 1, as previously announced, as a one- to two-week delay was announced.
Days out from the worldwide release of the Galaxy S4, Samsung has released the official firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-19500). Tweakers enjoy!
The head of Samsung Mobile and the co-CEO of Samsung Electronics J. K. Shin has told buyers that it doesn’t matter which processor is running in their new Galaxy S4 and that most people won’t notice a difference, nor will they really care.