Over the last few months we've heard various rumours about the Samsung Galaxy S4. Initially, we were led to believe it would be announced in February , but since then we've heard rumours of an April unveiling.
Now it looks like we've gone full circle because fresh information suggests that Samsung could unveil the Galaxy S4 at the Mobile World Congress in February. At least that's what information reported by Pocket-Lint suggests.
At this years CES Samsung posted a "roadmap" of future devices which showed a device with a 440 PPI display due to launch in the 1st quarter of 2012. The obvious candidate is the Samsung Galaxy S4 with this years MWC being the biggest opportunity for its unveiling.
We had hoped Samsung would include their new flexible OLED technology in the Galaxy SIV, but in reality we know it's probably too soon for the pioneering technology to appear in a mainstream device.
We've heard various other rumours about the Galaxy S4 and if we had to pin-down a specification we'd expect it to have a 5 inch touch-screen, Samsung's new Octa-core Exynos processor, a 13 mega-pixel snapper and to run on Android Key Lime Pie.
Whatever specification Samsung has in store for the Galaxy S4 it's got a lot to live up to. Earlier today we reported that Samsung has now sold over 40 million Galaxy S3's in just 7 months with the whole Galaxy S range reaching 100 million units worldwide.
As soon as 3G get any news on the Korean companies next flagship smartphone you'll be the first to know !
By Simon Thomas on 15th January, 2013