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Samsung's Galaxy S3 launched to much critical acclaim when it was unveiled in May last year, we awarded it our Best Buy award and it still remains our top pick Android handset. No wonder, then, that speculation surrounding the launch of its follow-up is mounting.
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Here, we round up all the latest speculation to find out what to expect.
Samsung released a teaser video hinting at the company's plans for the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2013 in January, promising 'something new' for fans of its products.
Sadly, the Samsung Galaxy S4 wasn't unveiled at the show, as the company focussed on its range of TVs and home appliances. That doesn't mean that we won't be getting more concrete news in the near future, though, as Samsung needs a new phone fairly soon.
Sharing much of the specification of the Galaxy S3, the Nexus 4 is significantly cheaper - at least, if you can wait the five to six weeks required by Google's back-ordering process due to unexpected demand - and comes with the latest Android 4.2 'Jelly Bean' software with numerous improvements and bug fixes, including a clever 360-degree panoramic photo mode.
As a result, it seems likely that Samsung has seen sales of its Galaxy S3 handset grind to a halt - something it will be keen to address soon. It's much more likely that Samsung will hold of its announcement until Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona at the end of February or, at least, in an individual event shortly after. Speaking to a peripheral manufacturer, we were told that it will be making cases for a big Samsung product due to be announced in February.
SAMSUNG GALAXY S4 PRICE
As expected, leaks surrounding the S4's suspected price have been thin on the ground, although we can expect it to cost as much as the S3 when it launched back in May - a wallet-busting ￡499. Once again though the tough competition from Google's own Nexus 4 device may force Samsung to lower its price in order to compete - unless of course the hardware specification is a big step forward.
SAMSUNG GALAXY S4 SPECS
The Galaxy S4 is rumoured to be powered by Samsung's new Exynos 5 processor, which will have a whopping eight cores.
The new chip's eight-core design is based on AMD's big.LITTLE architecture. This means that there are four powerful Cortex-A15 cores for the phone's most power-hungry functions, and four
lower-power Cortex-A7 models to take care of simpler tasks. When the phone isn't needed to do anything fancy, the more powerful cores shut down, extending battery life.
While popular panel-makers in Japan and Korea, namely Japan Display, Sharp and LG Display, have already begun large-scale manufacturing of LCD panels boasting a full HD resolution, Chinese manufacturer are reportedly struggling to reach stable yield to cope with demand.
According to sources, only a small amount of full-HD panels for premium smartphone products will be shipped from China this year, which could potentially lead to an initial shortage of the year’s biggest flagship releases, including Apple's iPhone 5S.
Aside from a five-inch 1080p display, the Galaxy S4 is also mooted to feature an eight-core Exynos processor, also showcased at CES – plus a 13-megapixel camera and built-in wireless charging capabilities.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 release date is currently thought to be scheduled for May, so we just need to wait for few months for it's arrivalling.