Samsung Galaxy S4 Update: 3 Crazy Rumors And A New Release Date

By Anuj Bhatia

    Samsung Galaxy S IV – the most hyped beast produced by any mobile maker, will hit the retail shelves soon. The mysterious device, still unannounced, carries a potential to re-write the mobile industry rules forever. If you haven’t tasted – Samsung Galaxy S III, even now, it is advice to look for the company’s upcoming marvelous piece of tech. The coming Samsung Galaxy S IV, from the Korean giant will likely to be stuffed with Octa-core processor. Now imagine 8-core processor blazing with 3GB of RAM-- Sounds delicious to any tech enthusiasts.


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    Gizbot will be looking at three highlighted rumors swirling on the internet. Have a look into the craziest mobile phone, ever made, that will be far better than iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S III. Note: Samsung hasn’t gone official with much hyped Samsung Galaxy S IV yet.

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    Samsung Galaxy S4 Update: 3 Crazy Rumors And A New Release Date

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    If Samsung wants to produce world’s greatest camera phone then the company must prolific camera technology. The Finnish giant has PureView imaging technology, and HTC is rumored to be working on ‘utrapixels’. Can Samsung fight with both Nokia and HTC, by launching Galaxy S IV with patented camera technology? Surely they have some big announcements in relation to Samsung Galaxy S IV to make at MWC. Recently alleged Samsung Galaxy S IV camera samples were surfaced on Google +. With aperture of f/2.2 and focal length – 4.2mm, was mentioned. The samples have been captured with a low resolution setting (6 – mega pixels). The device will have fitted 13-mega pixels rear camera.

    Touchless gestures

    Say hello to touchless future! No, Samsung is not going back to QWERTY keypad days, and would neither want to be in place of BlackBerry. With Samsung Galaxy S IV, the company wants to bring a new touch experience. The futuristic device will have maXTouch S controllers from Amtel, as reported by Unwiredview. The original report of Samsung considering gesture based controlling was published in Korean newspaper DDaily. So, one do not have to touch a screen, in order, to open apps. The device itself will be capable of detecting fingers, from a set range. How cool, isn’t it?



    Samsung is indeed planning to make Galaxy S IV, a power house with beef up processor. The company earlier launched – Samsung Galaxy S III with 1.4GHz Cortex- A9 Quad-core processor. This time, it is said that, the company will go for 1.8 GHz Exynos 5 Octa-core processor. The chip was announced at CES, 2013. The new SoC is based on 28nm architecture. It is the most advanced chipset announced, as of now. If Samsung goes with the above mentioned processor then the rumored device will be soon awarded with best innovation awards.

    Release Date

    The Samsung Galaxy S IV will be officially announced on March 15th at an exclusive event. As per SamMobile, the device will reach Asia and East Europe by April end. USA among other countries will likely to get the device in May- June frame. It is also being said that Samsung Galaxy S IV will be announced in Moscow, Russia.

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