Expected to be announced in the coming months, Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 flagship will certainly be available via all major US mobile carriers.
Just like the S III, the US-bound S4 should have model numbers different from the model number of the international version (believed to be GT-i9500). This being said, it looks like AT&T’s Galaxy S4 has been identified as the Samsung SGH-i337.
The SGH-i337 appears over at Samsung Mobile’s official website (.xml file). According to the info found there, the handset features Android Jelly Bean, and a 1920 x 1080 pixels display. Since AT&T’s S III is known as the SGH-i747, and it wouldn’t make sense for the carrier to launch more than one 1080p Samsung handset this year, the SGH-i337 most likely is its version of the new S4. But, of course, this remains to be confirmed.
Unfortunately, it’s not clear if what we’re seeing above is the 7 inch version of the Tab 3 (reportedly cancelled anyway), or the 10.1 inch one. But MWC 2013 is set to debut in less than a month, and at least one of Sammy’s new tablets will be officially unveiled there. So the mystery won’t last long.
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