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Even with the Samsung Galaxy S4 already hitting over 10 million in sales, the company is still spewing out an assortment of new versions of the flagship device, the latest being the Samsung Galaxy S4 Developer Edition.
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.’
Google seems to have dropped the idea for a new Nexus device at this year’s Google I/O, instead the company chose to give the new Samsung Galaxy S4 an oomphf by announcing the Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition, a version of the S4 running on a stock version of Android Jelly Bean.
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.
At $10.95 the Amzer Snap On case gives great value for money. Made out of strong polycarbonate plastic it provides strong and durable protection in a wide array of funky colours. The Amzer Snap On case will protect your Samsung Galaxy S4 from hard hits without the added bulk and weight of most modern cases.
The Amzer ShatterProof screen protectors are built to withstand. Made from super thin urethane, Amzer ShatterProof will keep your screen crystal clear and scratch-free. For just $29.95 you get great value for money; a virtually indestructable screen protector that will withstand the tests of time.
Our Piano Dock with Audio Out isn’t just a dock, but a stylish piece of hardware brilliance. With SMART technology it charges your Samsung Galaxy S4 much quicker than generic docks. The Amzer Piano Dock supports Galaxy S4 Dock Mode and the docking port is adjustable, so it will accommodate any Amzer case you have on your device.
The Piano Dock can be connected to either your computer via the supplied USB cable or an AC power port. What makes it even better is that the 3.5mm audio port allows you to connect all of your favourite audio accessories. What makes it even better is the price, it cost just $34.95.
Looking for a great vehicle mount? The Amzer Suction Cup Vehicle Mount is the way to go. It can be mounted on your windscreen, dash or console to make handsfree driving an ease. It allows for 360 degree rotation and both of its arms can pivot 180 degrees. At just $24.95 it’s a steal!
Amzer Dual Sketch and StyliPen makes it super easy to text, type, scroll, draw and sketch. The sturdy rubber tip works great with your Samsung Galaxy S4′s capacitive touch display and it delivers precise control in an effortless motion. Pesky fingerprints are a thing of the past. The Dual Sketch and StyliPen is perfect for the student or the professional on the move and costs just $6.95.
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.
Yes, finally the long wait for all our Indian readers is over – the Korean smartphone maker – Samsung today in a grand – larger than life event in Gurgaon announced the availability of it’s latest Android flagship for the Indian market. Samsung must be given credit for the super-quick launch of the latest Galaxy smartphone in India, unlike its arch rival Apple who usually takes weeks if not months to roll out a device in India. Samsung surprisingly rolled out the S4 in India ahead of many key markets including US and UK – where the Galaxy S4 will be available early next month and next week respectively. Read the rest of this entry »
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.