Happy and content now that you’ve finally gotten the Samsung Galaxy S III or Note II that you’ve been eying on for the past couple of months? The thing about technology is, the feeling doesn’t last; now that the two flagship smartphone models from Samsung are out, make way for future models. The Samsung Galaxy S IV has been making the news quite frequently as of late, some say that Samsung will unveil the successor to the S III in Mobile World Congress in February while others are saying that the company will introduce it earlier, in CES on January.
So what will the next Samsung Galaxy S phone pack? According to rumors, Galaxy S IV will come with a larger Full HD display measuring at 4.99” with a whopping 441ppi – 1920 x 1080 resolution of course. Other rumors are suggesting that the phone will come with a 13MP rear shooter. The Note II was previously rumored to come with a 13MP camera but unfortunately due to the limit on how many sensors Samsung could buy from Sony, it had to be downscaled to 8MP. This time round though, that wouldn’t be a problem, says a Korean site asiae.co.kr. On the inside, it should be powered by the same quad-core Exynos 5450 chipset found in the Nexus 10.
Whatever it is, I guess we have to wait only a short 2 to 3 months before the next big technology shows to see for sure, if the world doesn’t end in less than a month’s time that is.