South Korean manufacturer Samsung has shifted over 100 million Galaxy S devices, so it stands to reason that the smartphone world eagerly awaits the latest Galaxy S flagship.
In all likelihood it’ll be called the Samsung Galaxy S IV, and the rumour mill now suspects the launch will go down on March 15.
That’s the good word according to SamMobile, with credit going to their “trusted insider”.
March 15 is supposedly confirmed for the Samsung Galaxy S IV launch, however the location is still top secret at this stage.
Press invitations are expected shortly after Mobile World Congress, while the Samsung Galaxy S IV release will be phased across the globe, from early April.
Specifically, eastern Europe (eh?) will see the Samsung Galaxy S IV first, followed by Asia and the rest of Europe by the end of April. America, Australia and Africa will follow “around May/June”.
Rumoured Samsung Galaxy S IV specs include a 4.99in 1080p display, Exynos 5 Octa processor, 2GB of RAM, 13MP rear camera, 2MP front shooter, and Jelly Bean (Android 4.2.1).
Finally, Samsung Galaxy S IV colours will be plain old black and white. Yeah, we weren't too keen on that Pebble Blue. Having said that, if it's anything like the Samsung Galaxy S III, expect a million Samsung Galaxy S IV colour variants to follow in due course.