In just two weeks (actually, in exactly two weeks from today), Samsung is finally going to announce its latest flagship smartphone – the Galaxy S4 (or Galaxy S IV, the branding isn’t clear yet, and Samsung itself is sending some mixed signals about this – more below).
The announcement date was made official earlier this week, so now all we have to do is wait. The venue of the event is New York City. Today though, Samsung let us know that it’s inviting people over to Times Square on that day to witness the launch.
This most certainly means that you’ll be able to see the event live streamed on the displays in Times Square. And who knows, maybe the Korean company is also preparing some special guests for the party?
That’s not clear. Although it’s certain that something will go down on March 14 in Times Square at 7 pm. Oh, and you should be ready 4 the next Galaxy. Get it?
Well, we do too. What’s odd though is that this implies that the phone will be named Galaxy S4, and not Galaxy S IV. However, all the previous models have used Roman numerals, so we’re confused as to why Samsung would change this now. Or maybe it hasn’t, and it simply needed to use ’4′ in order to make the aforementioned cheap pun. We’ll see.
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