With precisely two weeks remaining until the big unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S IV in New York’s Times Square, the rumor mill is naturally picking up on every lead and murmuring pertaining to the device. SamMobile has been pumping out such speculation on a daily basis over the past couple of weeks, and believes Samsung will launch the device in two different colors – white and black – with three different memory options. Such revelations would usually mean very little, but with Samsung having favored the Pebble Blue look over the traditional black look with the Galaxy S III, reverting to a more typical color configurations is likely to please the masses.
Although the alternative colors mightn’t be available at the initial launch, this isn’t to say Samsung won’t come through with others later on in the day. After all, the current flagship S III is available in a multitude of different shades, including a red version, and so I would urge those with an affinity to the more obscure finishes not to panic too much.
As well as keeping the initial colorings fairly basic, it also looks as though the flash memory storage will range from 16GB to 64GB, with a 32GB catering to those looking for more than the minimum, but don’t feel they require that whole 64GB of space. This would, if all info is correct, bring the total number of Galaxy S IV devices up to six, and although it would be foolish to confirm anything at this stage, the device will almost certainly include a microSD slot to increase whichever storage option you should select.
With, as noted, only two weeks now until the launch, it’s hard not to get a little bit excited, and we’ll surely be hearing (and perhaps even seeing) a great deal more between now and that March 14th launch. As well as a 4.99-inch 1080p display, including 2GB RAM, removable battery and largely plastic casing, we’re also likely to be seeing a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera.
Samsung has done well to keep leaks down to a minimum hitherto, but should anything of significance manage to slip through the net, we’ll have it covered right here at Redmond Pie!