Samsung's next generation Galaxy S smartphone - Galaxy S4 is making rounds in rumors all over the web regarding its specs, images and possible release dates. As per the latest information, it looks like there is some detail on how Samsung plans to sell the device.
According to a latest Money Today, a Korean website, Samsung has ordered each of their subcontractors to be able to provide 10 million components per month. Hence the being able to sell 10 million Galaxy S4 smartphones on a monthly basis. Looking at the bigger picture, Samsung has previously announced a goal to sell 500 million phones comprising of 350 million smartphones and 150 million non-smartphones this year.
Rumors have pegged the official announcement of the Galaxy S4 for April. When the S4 finally hits the retail shelves, it is likely to take less time to be considered the most powerful device in the Galaxy lineup. However, pushing 10 million units of Galaxy S4 per month sounds like a lot of handsets.
Specwise, the new Galaxy smartphone is estimated to be a killer handset, rumored to boast a 4.99 inch AMOLED HD display along with 1920 x 1080 pixel of resolution accompanied with remarkable 441 ppi pixel density, 2GHz quad core Cortex A15 processor, 13MP rear camera, Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie and 16GB/32GB/64GB/128GB internal storage options.
Going by recent reports, Samsung is rumored to uncover its highly rumored flagship smartphone - Galaxy S4 at a special Mobile Unpacked event on March 22, 2013.
Though several reports have claimed about the specs, features, release date and more, all these will remain as rumors and speculations until Samsung announces something officially.