Without doubt, the Samsung Galaxy S 4 has become the most popular Android smartphone for 2013 spring since its official release. As reported, Samsung has seen four times as many pre-orders for the standard Galaxy S4 as for its predecessor, the Galaxy S3. With such a big fame and popularity among worldwide smartphone users, there’s no reason that Samsung would refuse to provide more variants of Samsung Galaxy S 4. And that comes to the point. From a report of The Wall Street Journal, Samsung is going to release two variants of Samsung Galaxy S 4 and an 8-inch Samsung tablet in the near future.
According to a Wall Street Journal report, the Korean monolith plans to release a variant of the much anticipated Galaxy S4 Android smartphone dubbed the Galaxy S4 Active. This new variant will be reportedly waterproof and dust proof but still have the same look and feel as the flagship S4. Meanwhile, the report also says that Samsung plans a new 8-inch Galaxy tablet and a smaller, 4.3-inch version of the Galaxy S4. But no further information of the three devices mentioned above has been available currently. We have to wait for a while.
On Thursday, Verizon opened pre-orders for the 16GB Galaxy S4, but shipping may not start until May 30. This came after T-Mobile and AT&T announced delays to their planned rollout of the new phone, leaving AT&T to be the lone major carrier with a clear availability date -- it plans to have the Galaxy S4 in its stores starting Saturday.