There’s definitely a lot of talk about Samsung’s upcoming flagship device, the Galaxy S4, at this time of year. We’ve seen so far a variety of rumors, and it looks like there is even more Galaxy S4-related unconfirmed stuff to look at.
Galaxy S4 mockup hands-on video shows us the ghost of Christmas future?
In early 2012 we have witnessed a plethora of nonsensical rumors that suggested the Galaxy S3 may be rebranded as something else, and it took a while until it was confirmed that the company’s flagship device would be known as the third member of the Galaxy S family.
Sony Yuga to feature Galaxy Note 3 chip, 3GB RAM, 128GB storage – all to be unveiled at CES 2013?
We already know at least two code names for upcoming Sony Xperia devices, the Yuga and the Odin, which keep popping up from to time on our radars. Add to that the Xperia 4, Xperia 5 and Xpera 5R and Xperia 6 we’ve heard of a few days ago, and you end up with a plethora of Android handsets that could be unveiled in the coming months.
Rumors: Samsung working on 6.3-inch Galaxy Note 3, prepping to launch the Galaxy S4 at MWC 2013
New information about next year's flagship Android devices from Samsung have surfaced online by way of a recent report on The Korea Times. It is said that Samsung is currently "developing the Galaxy Note 3 with a 6.3-inch screen using an OLED display" based on information from local parts suppliers. They also threw a bit about the Samsung Galaxy S4 in there, saying that it will be introduced at Mobile World Congress in February of 2013
Galaxy S4 not to be unveiled at CES 2013, as Samsung will ‘go heavy’ on TVs
The other day we looked at an interesting Samsung CES 2013 teaser, which suggested that new devices are going to be unveiled by the South Korea company at the Las Vegas trade show next month. Naturally, we speculated alongside everyone else that the Galaxy S4 could be one of them.
Samsung Galaxy S4 to be unveiled at CES in January?
Samsung is working to add flexible and unbreakable displays to its upcoming Galaxy S devices. According to analysts quoted by Reuters, the Galaxy S4 is due in April 2013, and might be the first device featuring the technology.