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Samsung Galaxy S4 maybe introduced April of next year

2012 December 10

If there is a rumour that never seems to end, it is all about the successor of Samsung’s current flagship device the Samsung Galaxy S3. Yes, the rumour surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S4 is so strong that all you can do now is to read more about it and believe it. With rumours pertaining to the April 2013 announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S4, it is only but right to actually be excited about this new amazing device. 

Latest rumour suggest that Samsung will finally announce the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S3 come April of 2013 and it is said to feature in a project from the Korean tech giant called ‘Project J”. Details of this handset are pretty scarce for now except for the phone’s tentative date of announcement and the name of the project that it wall fall under. A report suggests that the phone will feature a quad-core processor, 13MP shutter, and basically a bigger (if not) same display size as the Galaxy S3.

It was late last month when a report suggested that a benchmark on NenaMark surfaced and it showed a handset with model number GT-I9400. If you look at the numbering system, this could be the anticipated successor of the Samsung Galaxy S3. Of course, they’ve shown low specs in the likes of WVGA resolution of 480x800p and 1.2GHz processor frequency only. But, you don’t have to be sad about those supposed low-specs. If you remember, the Samsung Galaxy S3 or GT-I9300 (codename) appeared on benchmarks back in December 2011 with an 800×400 screen resolution and dual-core processor only. We all know that the phone came out with quad-core processor and higher resolution. So we can all expect for the GT-I9400 to be launched with powerful specs and not the same mentioned in benchmark/s.

If the rumour is true, then all we have to do is to wait for April 2013. For more Samsung Galaxy S4 information, visit us at Phoneslimited.co.uk.

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