Samsung’s latest variant of their hugely popular Galaxy S4 flagship has appeared in a set of leaked images accompanied by some benchmarks revealing its inyards; in short it’s going to make the Sony Xperia Z ‘obsolete.’
Even before its announcement, the Samsung Galaxy S4 showed promises of becoming this year’s hottest smart phone and now shipments may give that statement a foot to stand on; Samsung have announced that within its first two weeks of availability, the Samsung Galaxy S4 shipped a record breaking six million units.
Samsung seems to have decided that the Galaxy monicker just hasn’t been good enough to unify and distinguish their smart phone line up, so now they seem to have decided to added the S4 brand into the mix to spice things up; the latest device forming part of the series being the Galaxy S4 Zoom.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 launched with quite a success in India last week with sales already kicking off in the country during the weekend. Samsung’s retail partner, Reliance Digital, had their own little soire which featured some S4-loving modified tunes.
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Samsung continues to make headlines this week after leaks today revealed that the company has much more in store for the world in the upcoming months which is set to yield a cheaper and smaller S4, a rugged S4 as well as an 8-inch Galaxy Tab among many other products.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 has seen quite a successful rollout globally thus far being launched in several countries within the last few days including in India earlier today, but it seems Samsung wants to take on the China-bound dual SIM HTC One with the new dual SIM Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-9502.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is expected to go on sale in some parts of the world next week and recent findings that the device lacks a FM radio has sparked anger by some, Samsung was quick to explain why.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 may be over a month away, but that hasn’t stopped AT&T from announcing their plans and pricing for the upcoming Android powered flagship, just a few days after T-Mobile announced that they will be offering the Samsung Galaxy S4 from May 1 for a mere $99.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 has barely been announced and it’s smaller brother is already making the rounds, the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini has shown up online, borrowing the Galaxy S4’s looks in a smaller body with specifications to match.