Hello Readers, yesterday I posted about Samsung Galaxy Win that is an upcoming smartphone
of Samsung but today im going to tell you all about a smartphone thats going to hit global
markets in a few weeks. Now Samsung is going to launch its new flagship Samsung Galaxy S4.
Here is all the information about Samsung Galaxy S4 that anyone should have a look at before
making any conclusion.
It appears as though Samsung has begun the testing phase for its successor to the Galaxy S III, albeit with lower-end specs. The benchmark outs the device as wielding a WVGA display and dual-core 1.2GHz processor.
As we wait for Samsung to officially announce the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, their attempt at a metal-bodied smartphone, we have been treated to leaked images like those showing the device next to an iPhone or what the white version will look like. Now we have something a little more official in terms of the device moving to market, an entry in the FCC database.
Is it now time to finally say that a phone is just too big? Samsung will soon announce a whopping 5.8″ Android smartphone that is based off of the Galaxy Player 5.8. If a smartphone this size is your thing, don’t get too excited yet because if it is based off the Galaxy Player 5.8, then you should expect that 5.8″ screen to don a TFT qHD screen.
Samsung's forthcoming Galaxy S III smartphone will be the company's first device to be officially branded and sold under its new SAFE program. SAFE stands for "Samsung Approved for Enterprise." The Galaxy S III will be available in the U.S. from Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular in July.
The Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone apparently has sold 10 million units. Meanwhile, Samsung continues to build out its portfolio of tablets, ultrabooks, Google Chromebooks and Chromeboxes. Taken together, Samsung is starting to look like a complete hardware supplier across Android, Chrome OS, Windows 7 and soon Windows 8.