Samsung has the Galaxy S 4 and the Galaxy S4 Active. Both sport many of the same features, however the latter is a model that is able to withstand some water. Aside from being fairly comfortable in water, the Galaxy S4 Active also has a different appearance. Based on reports of success from the S4 Active, it looks like Samsung will be bringing some additional Active models in the future.
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Samsung about how they are planning to release a smartphone with a curved display. Those details came from Samsung, however according to some reports coming out of Korea, it looks like that is not the only item the company is currently working on. In fact, those reports are pointing towards a new series coming next year.
Galaxy S IV. The image is coming by way of the folks at SamMobile who claim to have received the image by way of an insider at Samsung. As you can see, the image appears to be a picture of a render that someone then snapped a picture of. Regardless, the image is clear enough to get a look and assuming this is the real deal, it does reveal at least one interesting tidbit.
Samsung's likely Galaxy S IV. We heard that Samsung may have three new devices in development, and the one that most people took notice of is "Project J," which is likely to be the Galaxy S IV. The most recent rumor on the Galaxy S IV did not tell us any details about the device, just stated that Samsung is actually working on it.
Samsung is rumored to be very busy bringing some new smartphones along. Not that this should come as any surprise, after all, if Samsung wants to stay on top of the game, it needs to constantly innovate. Today, SamMobile has broken the rumor that Samsung is working on three different devices.
announcing the Galaxy S4 in February 2013 with a global launch the next month have turn out to be false. Samsung confirmed through Twitter that the rumor "is not true." They even want as far as questioning the motives of these rumormongers asking, "why spread these rumors?".
Our friends at SlashGear have word that the rumored phone will see a global launch in March 2013.
Galaxy Nexus finally is here for most of the world it appears everyone has moved on to the next big thing -- and with good reason. The next big thing being the Galaxy S III from Samsung. We all love their top of the line hardware, not to mention those AMOLED screens and today we have what could be our first leak from the Galaxy S III's camera.