The South Korean Galaxy S4 appears to have hit the FCC as the SHV-E300S/K, sporting multi-band LTE and a 1.8GHz processor that’s believed to be an Exynos 5 Octa.
The AT&T Galaxy S4 may have been spotted at the FCC as the SGH-I337, a handset that comes with support for AT&T’s 4G LTE bands and matches the dimensions of the Galaxy S4.
Samsung’s Galaxy S3 has been as big a sales hit as they come, but we know very well things could have gone down even smoother for the 4.8-incher.
There’s already a Galaxy S4 root procedure available in the wild ahead of the phone’s launch, but only for the Exynos 5 Octa model .
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is official for quite some time now, but the pieces of the pricing and availability puzzles are falling into place rather slowly.
The Galaxy S4 mini is reportedly being announced in the following days, but it will hit stores only in late May or early June.
Why does Samsung own the lion’s share of the smartphone market? Because it operates with a constant sense of danger all the time.
Samsung will reportedly launch in late April or early May the Galaxy S4 with Exynos 5 Octa in South Korea (LTE support included).
U.S. Cellular is preparing to open the pre-order gate for the Galaxy S4. Are you ready?
In the market for a Galaxy S3? Well, you may want to act fast, as Canadian carrier Rogers has begun discontinuing the Galaxy S3 starting with the 32GB Pebble Blue model.