Saturday, March 2, 2013

Galaxy S4 3/2/13 Rumor Round-up

Galaxy S4 Rumors

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is said to be sporting the best specs on the market

Samsung has sent out invitations for an event in New York City that is set to take place on March 14th. And while Samsung hasn’t said what it will be announcing at the show, it’s clear that it’s going to be the Samsung Galaxy S4.
What this means is that on March 14th, we will finally hear all about the Galaxy S4, its features and yes, its release date. We still don’t have a specific picture as far as its release date is concerned but we do have several rumors.
- See more at: http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/03/01/samsung-galaxy-s4-rumor-release-date-roundup/#sthash.CR7Mh78G.dpuf
 While the Samsung Galaxy S4 release date remains unknown, the Galaxy S4 launch date has been announced. Samsung has sent out invitations for an event in New York City that is going to take place on March 14th. Even though  Samsung hasn’t said exactly what it will be announcing at the show, it’s clear from the invite that it’s going to be the Samsung Galaxy S4. This means is that on March 14th, we will finally hear all about the Galaxy S4 and its release date. No one has a specific picture when it comes to its release date is but there are plenty of rumors.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 will almost certainly improve on the display that Samsung included with the Galaxy S3 which specifically was a 4.8-inch 720p resolution display.
Rumors thus far have all suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be coming with a full HD 1080p display though they have not agreed on what type it may be. A report has claimed that the Galaxy S4 may not feature a Samsung AMOLED display like the one Samsung showed off at CES 2013. At CES, Samsung quietly showed off a 4.99-inch FHD display with 1080p resolution using Super AMOLED technology. The new rumor claims that Samsung may opt for a SoLux Display with LCD technology though that remains unconfirmed.
- See more at: http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/03/01/samsung-galaxy-s4-rumor-release-date-roundup/#sthash.ZT5D5Uc3.dpuf
The Samsung Galaxy S4 will almost certainly improve on the display that Samsung included with the Galaxy S3 which specifically was a 4.8-inch 720p resolution display.
Rumors thus far have all suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be coming with a full HD 1080p display though they have not agreed on what type it may be. A report has claimed that the Galaxy S4 may not feature a Samsung AMOLED display like the one Samsung showed off at CES 2013. At CES, Samsung quietly showed off a 4.99-inch FHD display with 1080p resolution using Super AMOLED technology. The new rumor claims that Samsung may opt for a SoLux Display with LCD technology though that remains unconfirmed.
- See more at: http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/03/01/samsung-galaxy-s4-rumor-release-date-roundup/#sthash.ZT5D5Uc3.dpuf
 
A report from Korean publication claims that Samsung will be including Atmel’s latest maXTouch S sensors on the Galaxy S4 which could allow users to make on-screen gestures without touching the display.
The Galaxy S4 would not be the first smartphone to feature this type of technology, but it certainly would be the biggest name to. Previous smartphones like the Sony Xperia Sola and Pantech Vega 4G LTE included touch less gestures but the feature was said to be a drain on battery life and gimmicky. The new sensors from Atmel are said to provide better battery life.
- See more at: http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/03/01/samsung-galaxy-s4-rumor-release-date-roundup/#sthash.ZT5D5Uc3.dpuf
A report from Korean publication claims that Samsung will be including Atmel’s latest maXTouch S sensors on the Galaxy S4 which could allow users to make on-screen gestures without touching the display.
The Galaxy S4 would not be the first smartphone to feature this type of technology, but it certainly would be the biggest name to. Previous smartphones like the Sony Xperia Sola and Pantech Vega 4G LTE included touch less gestures but the feature was said to be a drain on battery life and gimmicky. The new sensors from Atmel are said to provide better battery life.
- See more at: http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/03/01/samsung-galaxy-s4-rumor-release-date-roundup/#sthash.ZT5D5Uc3.dpuf
A report from Korean publication claims that Samsung will be including Atmel’s latest maXTouch S sensors on the Galaxy S4 which could allow users to make on-screen gestures without touching the display.
The Galaxy S4 would not be the first smartphone to feature this type of technology, but it certainly would be the biggest name to. Previous smartphones like the Sony Xperia Sola and Pantech Vega 4G LTE included touch less gestures but the feature was said to be a drain on battery life and gimmicky. The new sensors from Atmel are said to provide better battery life.
- See more at: http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/03/01/samsung-galaxy-s4-rumor-release-date-roundup/#sthash.ZT5D5Uc3.dpuf
A report from Korean publication claims that Samsung will be including Atmel’s latest maXTouch S sensors on the Galaxy S4 which could allow users to make on-screen gestures without touching the display.
The Galaxy S4 would not be the first smartphone to feature this type of technology, but it certainly would be the biggest name to. Previous smartphones like the Sony Xperia Sola and Pantech Vega 4G LTE included touch less gestures but the feature was said to be a drain on battery life and gimmicky. The new sensors from Atmel are said to provide better battery life.
- See more at: http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/03/01/samsung-galaxy-s4-rumor-release-date-roundup/#sthash.ZT5D5Uc3.dpuf
The Samsung Galaxy S4 will almost certainly improve on the display that Samsung included with the Galaxy S3 which specifically was a 4.8-inch 720p resolution display.
Rumors thus far have all suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be coming with a full HD 1080p display though they have not agreed on what type it may be. A report has claimed that the Galaxy S4 may not feature a Samsung AMOLED display like the one Samsung showed off at CES 2013. At CES, Samsung quietly showed off a 4.99-inch FHD display with 1080p resolution using Super AMOLED technology. The new rumor claims that Samsung may opt for a SoLux Display with LCD technology though that remains unconfirmed.
What is quite clear though, and rumors align with this, is that the Galaxy S4 will come with a full HD 1080p display of some kind and will likely sport a high pixel-per-inch (PPI) count. However, big resolution may not be the Galaxy S4 display’s only enticing feature.
- See more at: http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/03/01/samsung-galaxy-s4-rumor-release-date-roundup/#sthash.ZT5D5Uc3.dpuf
 Samsung will definitely improve upon the display of the Galaxy S3. Samsung will almost certainly be installing a 1080p display into its newest flagship device. As for the display type, there has been some discrepancy as the company may have abandoned its own AMOLED technology; instead choosing a new SoLux panel for its new flagship device. Reports from Korea also say that this device will also feature touch-less gesture technology from Atmel. Technology similar to this is already incorporated into the S-pen on the Galaxy Note series. As far as design goes, the most credible design leak has come from SamMobile.  This supposedly shows the Galaxy S4's boot up screen. As you can see the design is similar to the rest of the Galaxy line. The only visible difference is the sharper edges.

Rumors say that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will feature a 13 MP primary camera with a 2.1 MP front facing camera.The Galaxy S4′s most recent camera rumor comes from a potential camera sample, discovered by Androsym, which means a 13MP camera will be on board the new Galaxy S4 device. This camera sample shows a large amount of detail as the image is zoomed in far enough to see dirt and dust on the keyboard. One of the biggest debates that has come up about the Galaxy S4 is which processor will be inside the device when it launches. Early rumors and benchmarks show that we could see the Exynos 5 Octa quad-core processor, Samsung’s new processor that it debuted at CES 2013, be inside the Galaxy S4 first. Since then though, benchmarks and a more recent report from Taipei Times have suggested otherwise. According to the report, the Galaxy S4 could be equipped with the Qualcomm 600 in regions like the United States while Europe and other regions could see the Galaxy S4 come with the Exynos 5 Octa processor later on during deployment. The device has also been rumored to be sporting a 2,600mAh battery. This beats the HTC One's supposed battery as well as its predecessor the Galaxy S3. As for OS, rumors and benchmarks have pointed to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the latest version of Jelly Bean, being on the device at launch. It will also be equipped with have Samsung’s TouchWiz UI. With the Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung introduced Nature UX which brought a handful of smart features like the ability to turn the phone over to silence a call.It will be interesting to see what features the Galaxy S4 will bring to the table. No pricing has been set for the Galaxy S4, but it is anticipated that it will go with the Galaxy S3's pricing standard.

What are you most excited for? Will you upgrade to the S4 or are you going to buy the One instead?

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