Although yesterday The Korea Times reported that a Samsung official has confirmed the upcoming launch of the Galaxy S4, it looks like that isn’t quite accurate.
Samsung has tweeted (in Korean) that the S4 rumors are “simply not true.” And while this may mean the next-generation Galaxy S flagship won’t be announced at MWC 2013, it’s certainly not a sign that the handset isn’t going to be released eventually. And I’m pretty sure Samsung already knows what new features the S4 should have (according to rumors, it will come with a 5 inch display, and a quad-core Exynos processor).
Sure enough, until the S4 is unveiled, the Samsung Galaxy S III remains one of the best smartphones on the market. It’s been sold in more than 20 millions around the world, and sales will likely remain strong until next year.
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