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Samsung has reported the launch of its new product version Galaxy Note III. This comes as a strategy to build the gap between a tablet and smartphone. The new handset is set to release with a 6.3-inch screen which is an inch larger than its original version.
Meanwhile rumors report Sony's plans to launch a 6-inch smartphone named Xperia 6. This as a result would see an active competition between Samsung and Sony.
However analysts expect Sony to have a better advantage as the latter would release its version much before that of Samsung.
Recently sources reported that Samsung would be launching the product at the CES event to be held early next year. However, the company has decided to concentrate more on televisions and other electronic products at the CES. Samsung would rather be launching the product at the Mobile World Congress event to be held in February 2013.
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Amidst all these speculations, reports of the launch of Galaxy S IV are also on the rise. If this is true, then Samsung would mark itself as a major smartphone selling point. With respect to the business generated by Samsung over the previous quarters, analysts at UBS believe that the company releasing its Galaxy S IV would not make them surprised.
The Galaxy S IV is expected to have a bigger display, quad-core processor and a 13 megapixel camera of 441 pixels per inch picture density.
Mark Newman, an analyst with Stanford Bernstein believes that Samsung will soon be coming out with unbreakable and flexible display devices. This would certainly set the ball rolling on a totally different plane.