The Samsung Galaxy S4 is the most talked about phone that 3G has seen to-date. Samsung predicts that the Galaxy S4 will surpass 100 million sales during its life-cycle and we see no reason why not. Samsung has recently confirmed that the S4 will be launched in New York on 14th March in Times Square.
Of the many rumours we have written about for the Samsung Galaxy S4 the latest ( below ) is more akin to the type of rumour that surfaces as we near the official launch of a smartphone – i.e. the finer details. The latest rumour is that the Galaxy S4 will come in six different model versions.
Samsung Galaxy S4 - the different versions
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is reported to come in both black and white colours, at the time of launch, with more colours being added later. There will be three different versions of on-board memory at 16GB, 32GB and 64GB to choose from. These memory versions of the S4 align directly with those offered for the iPhone 5, which is no surprise to us. We also expect to see the S4 having microSD support for larger memory options.
The latest rumoured specification for the Galaxy S4 can be viewed here. One of the most notable features that has been confirmed for the S4 will provide the capability to make Visa payments via NFC which 3G covered here.
Samsung Galaxy S4 - Ultrafast and 4G too
The Galaxy S4 will come with 4G, Ultrafast and 3G connectivity and we have just a few days to wait until we see if all the rumours we have covered over the last 6 months prove to be factual or not. As soon we can get our mitts on the S4 we will be very keen to complete our Samsung Galaxy S4 Review and to post it here on 3G.
By Kevin Thomas on 04th March, 2013