Good lord, it’s “Next Galaxy” overload today. Martin has already covered Samsung Galaxy S IV specs and “Eye scrolling” technology.
I’m following up with a couple of Samsung Galaxy S IV renders, and a video teaser featuring some creepy little douche called Jeremy Maxwell.
Looking at the renders firstly (thanks, evleaks), there’s nothing worth getting too excited about. Indeed, we’re not entirely sure how accurate they are, given the absence of Samsung’s traditional Home button.
One render in particular has some accompanying Samsung Galaxy S IV specs, including a Super AMOLED full HD display (expected to be 4.99in), 13MP rear camera, and the latest version of Google’s ubiquitous OS – namely Jelly Bean Android 4.2.
Again, we’re told to expect Samsung Galaxy S IV storage to encompass 16GB, 32GB and 64GB.
As for the Samsung Unpacked video, “Be ready 4 the next Galaxy”, you can watch it over on YouTube. But be warned: it is beyond terrible.
For example, we have a creepy child executive named Jeremy Maxwell (why?), but worse still is the chauffeur proposing: “I know this is going to be one of the most exciting products to hit the market since TVs with colour.” Really?
The Samsung Galaxy S IV launch goes down on March 14. That’s one week on Thursday. Excited? Not nearly as excited as Jeremy Maxwell, I bet.