The Samsung Galaxy S 3 has been out for some time and got a quite satisfactory sale for Samsung around the world. It has received a worldwide popularity due to its excellent performance. And now, the latest news from The Korea Times showed that the Galaxy S 4, the next flagship of Samsung, is scheduled to be released on the February MWC 2013, with global shipment available in March.
From the report, the most shinning feature of the Galaxy S 4 is that it will roll your eyes with 5-inch large OLEG screen display, which no doubt produces excellent image and video effect for users. The source also indicates that the next Galaxy will continue using a quad-core chip. That’s a bid odd considering that the ARM Cortex A15 is going to be all the rage next year. The first chips to use ARM’s latest generation processors will be dual-core variants, simply because the A15 uses way more power than the A9. As a reminder: The GS3 has four ARM Cortex A9 cores inside.
The Galaxy S 4 will continue to use Android OS and supports 4G LTE network connectivity for fast and better internet experience.