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The D-Day is coming pretty fast and excited champs are already lining up at the retail stores. This time no one is queuing up for the Apple iPhone 5. Hey, but for which smartphone, these guys are waiting for so long. Is it for BlackBerry? Or Nokia's new Lumia device! Looks like, all roads lead to the Samsung Galaxy S4, the next generation device from the South Korean giant. The next generation device is said to be unleashed on March 14 at New York.
Every day there is something or other related to the Galaxy S4 published in the internet. There has been enough buzz around and Samsung needs to commend its marketing team for that.
Yesterday, Samsung teased an official teaser video of the Galaxy S4, on its YouTube page. Everyone was so close to get a rare glimpse at the fabled device, but all good things comes with a set time. Just remember that!
Anyways, rumors aren't dead yet. Twitter's slice of Italy @evleaks once again mobbed eager fans with yet another juicy gossip about the Galaxy S4 device. The alleged leak hints at formal specifications of the device, while other image, possibly, tried to give a comparison between past gen Galaxy S Series. However, for a record, this is the first time that @evleak has posted an image and now the page doesnot exist anymore.
Whatever, may be the case, however, as per the leak, the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be stuffed with following specifications: Super AMOLED screen (Full HD); Android 4.2 Jelly Bean; 16GB/32GB/64GB ROM; 13MP rear camera with Auto Focus Flash. Incidentally, the Samsung Galaxy S4 would not use traditional styled capacitive buttons and will skip home button altogether.
In another news, The New York Times, flashed that the next -gen Galaxy device might be equipped with Eye tracking technology. With Samsung's inbuilt eye tracking technology would automatically flip the next page, as you reach at the end of the last paragraph. That's amazing. The South Korean giant also filed patents; Eye Scroll and Eye Pause, in the US.
Some other reports still suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S4 houses an eight -core processor. Long live rumors. The recent appearance of mobile accessories for the Galaxy S4 points at a 4.99-inch 1080p HD screen. Most probably the long rumored 5' Full HD fitted display in the Galaxy S4 could be right. After all every major manufacturer has come up with 1080p HD displays. Stay tuned to GizBot for more action.