The Samsung Galaxy S4 has been cloned ahead of its release and Chinese manufacturer Sunle plans on beating Samsung to the punch with the S400.
Like it or not, it’s becoming clearer and clearer that Samsung is prepping a mid-range Galaxy S4 mini to follow in the footsteps of the S4 in a similar fashion to last year’s S3/S3 Mini duo.
Will Huawei’s real flagship device please stand up? With so many new products being announced in the past months, the latest rumors point to Huawei prepping yet another flagship offering to fend off the Galaxy S4.
An ET News report states that 70% of the first 10 million Samsung Galaxy S4 units will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor.
Anxious for some Galaxy S4 Mini news? Well, some photos have appeared online revealing what is reportedly the Galaxy S4 Mini.
OpenSignal data suggests that T-Mobile is testing the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 on its LTE network in eight major U.S. cities.
Holding out for the HTC One? Well, HTC has released a statement saying that its next flagship, the One, will be releasing in Europe next week with North American and Asia-Pacific getting the device before the end of April.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One had a new clash, this time on Twitter. Both sides made fun of the other one’s product, and everything ended with messages deleted.
Technology research firm IHS expects Samsung to more than double its lead over rival smartphone manufacturers in 2013, thanks mainly to the launch of the Galaxy S4.
One of the most debated Samsung Galaxy S4 stories preceding the official unveiling was the one related to the processor or processors powering the “next big thing”.