Galaxy S IV rumors, some new reports are coming out this week claiming that Samsung's prepared to sell over 100 million units. That's a bold statement, although a pretty fair assessment if you ask us. Last we heard the Galaxy S III sold over 50 million devices, and this new phone should be even more successful.
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Samsung Galaxy S IV. The model number on the benchmark is SHV-E300S, which is the same model number as the previously tipped Korean Samsung Galaxy S IV. What's surprising is that it looks like the S IV won't be carrying an Exynos 5 Octa processor like the rumors have said, and instead will carry a Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core processor.
we reported on some rumors floating around that Samsung will announce and unveil their new Galaxy S IV flagship smartphone on March 15th. Reports suggest an initial Samsung Unpacked event will take place, with retail availability coming sometime in April. Today new reports seem to align perfectly with those rumors.
Galaxy S IV related rumors one thing seems clear, we are going to be seeing an announcement sooner rather than later. Of course, the key here seems to be exactly when that announcement will take place. Earlier rumors have suggested that Samsung was going to be holding a Mobile Unpacked event on March 22, however as of today it looks like we now have another potential date.
Galaxy S IV rumors continue. So far we have seen a fair amount in terms of specs, images and possible release dates. And as of today, it looks like we have some details in terms of how many Samsung is expecting to sell. Or maybe a bit more accurately, details in terms of how many Samsung is preparing to sell. Time will tell how close their estimates will be. In the meantime, lets talk numbers.
Samsung's upcoming tablet plan to kick off 2013. The Galaxy Note 8.0 is what we are talking about of course. Multiple tips, leaks, and rumors have surfaced showing a device in the works that is clearly aimed at taking on Apple's popular iPad mini. While many think the iPad mini was an answer to the Nexus 7, Samsung still plans to fight tooth and nail for the space.
2013 Samsung roadmap and noted the lack of Galaxy S IV information. But despite the roadmap slides not offering anything about the Galaxy S IV, we were fairly certain that more details would leak fairly soon. And well, it looks like that has happened. Included in this latest Galaxy S IV leak we have work of a codename and a possible press render.
Galaxy S IV is destined to be a device that is in high-demand come launch time. Of course, the key here -- as we have yet to hear anything official from Samsung, many of those rumors are focusing on announcement dates. We know that the handset wasn't announced during CES and we have heard that it will not be unveiled during Mobile World Congress either.
IFA 2012 in Berlin, Germany. They confirmed that an update should be headed to your device here "very soon" containing none other than Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. With the Galaxy Note II being announced already running Jelly Bean this update should basically be expected.