Samsung are expected to unveil the Galaxy S4 in March alongside the Galaxy S4 Mini and a Galaxy Active accessory. We already had a pretty good idea on what to expect from Samsung's next-gen smartphone, but now even more details have emerged.
New information, reported by a Korean newspaper, suggests that Samsung's Galaxy S4 will come with a physical home-screen button. We're yet to be convinced by touch-screen buttons so we're glad to hear this news.
Furthermore, the same source suggests that the Galaxy S4 won't include Samsung's S-Pen interface. Previous rumours suggested that it could include the "Stylus" interface first introduced in Samsung's Galaxy Note. However, it always seem an outside bet because S-Pen is the Galaxy Note's centre-piece.
The same rumours also reiterated previous information suggesting that Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S4 in March. The smartphone is then expected to become available to buy in stores in April giving the Galaxy S3 a full year before it's replaced.
Samsung's Galaxy S4 is rumoured to come with a 4.99 inch full HD Super AMOLED touch-screen and will be powered by Samsung's Exynos 5 octa-core processor. While, it'll come pre-loaded with Android Key Lime Pie and has a 13 mega-pixel rear-facing camera. As you'd expect it supports 4G, 3G, NFC, Bluetooth and WiFi !
As soon as we hear more about the Samsung Galaxy S4 or any of Samsung's next-gen smartphones you'll be the first to know.