Untruth Rumors About Samsung Galaxy S4

samsung galaxy s4  Untruth Rumors About Samsung Galaxy S4Hot news is being spread on the internet. Reportedly, Samsung has almost completed the development of Galaxy S4. Smartphones are reportedly already supports LTE network will be introduced to the public at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February 2013 in Barcelona, Spain.

Rumors about Samsung’s immediate readiness to spread rapidly. Samsung immediately responded to the rumors. Through his Twitter account, Samsung Korea has denied news already crowded discussed in cyberspace.

“Please note that some media reported speculation that the model is the successor of Samsung Galaxy S III will be released soon. Rumors were not true .. We did not do anything, why is it spreading rumors,” wrote Samsung.

Reportedly, Samsung will expand its newest smartphone screen. If the Samsung Galaxy S III has been using a screen measuring 4.8 inches, in the latest series of smartphones Galaxy S, Samsung will provide a screen size of 5 inches.

In terms of design, the Samsung Galaxy S4 reportedly will not be too many changes. Samsung also will provide a touch of Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) technology on the screen.

As quoted from The Next Web, quite strange indeed, if Samsung announced it will soon release the Galaxy S4 in the near future. In fact, the Galaxy S3 is still a mainstay of Samsung devices today. Supposedly, Samsung will still focus on this device.

Within three months, the Samsung Galaxy S3 has sold 20 million units. And for the end of this year, Samsung has a target to sell 30 million units of Galaxy S3.


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2 Responses to Untruth Rumors About Samsung Galaxy S4

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