Yesterday we heard that Samsung will officially announce their new Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone on the 15th of March, we also heard that the Samsung Galaxy S4 release date will be April.
The April date which we heard about from our source previously is expected to be some time between the 15th and 22nd of March, although this is for the UK and now we have some possible details for the release date of the Samsung Galaxy S4 for the US.
According to a recent report, Samsung intend to launch the Galaxy S4 in the US in either May or June, which would mean it would launch in the US two months after the European release date at the latest.
Samsung obviously want to launch the Samsung Galaxy S4 in the US as soon as possible after the European launch, so we suspect that it will be sooner rather than later and we could see the Galaxy S4 land in the US some time in May of this year.
From what we have heard previously the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be an impressive smartphone, with a full HD AMOLED display measuring 4.99 inches with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
We are expecting Samsung to debut their new 8 core Exynos 5 Octa processor in the Samsung Galaxy S4, alongside 2GB of RAM, and a choice of either 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of storage.
Another new feature we are expecting to launch in the Samsung Galaxy S4, is some sort of new eye tracking technology, which was recently referenced in some patents for ‘Eye Scroll’ and ‘Eye Pause’ technology related to mobile devices.
Samsung are also rumored to be putting their new 5 inch AMOLED display into production this month, with the first units to be delivered to Samsung in March, which makes April for the UK and May for the US sound about right for the Samsung Galaxy S4 release date.
Source Gotta Be Mobile
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