A couple of days ago, Samsung unveiled a teaser video to let the world know that it’s preparing “something new” for CES 2013 (January 8 – 11). And some have speculated that the South Korea company will officially announced the rumored Galaxy S4 then.
But this does not seem to be the case. CNET reports that Samsung’s upcoming flagship Android smartphone will not make an appearance at CES in January. Moreover, it’s said that there will be no major mobile products from Samsung there. Instead, the company intends to host a separate event, after CES, for several of its upcoming handsets (but it’s not clear if the Galaxy S4 is included here).
Anyway, if you want to see the teaser video, this is embedded below.
As previously reported, Samsung could launch the Galaxy S4 sometime in April. The new handset should come with a 5 inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) display – possibly “unbreakable” -, quad-core Exynos processor, Android Jelly Bean, and a 13MP rear camera.
Until the next high-end Galaxy S shows up, the Galaxy S III is slowly but surely getting close to a new (and impressive) milestone: 40 million units sold around the world. The S III has been already sold in 30 million units – as of early November.
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