Samsung To Unveil Galaxy S4 At CES 2013 In January? [VIDEO]
It has been around 7 months since Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S III to the world, but it still remains one of the most popular and powerful Android devices on the market and has managed to do a fantastic job in succeeding Samsung’s previous S II device which is still a firm favorite in the Android community. We all know by now that companies like Samsung and Apple don’t rest on their laurels when it comes to manufacturing and launching their next big product, and it looks like Samsung could be set to make a Galaxy S4 announcement early next year during the CES trade show that is being held from January 8th – 11th.
Rather than just coming right out and telling the smartphone loving world what is being planned, the official Samsung Tomorrow blog has gone live with a teasing post stating that we should all be getting ourselves ready for January 8th – 11th, which surely can’t be a coincidence that the Consumer Electronics Show is being held at exactly the same time. The couple of lines of teasing text in the post is accompanied by a short eighteen second video, but as you might expect, it doesn’t really give anything away regarding what the company is likely to announce early next year.
This isn’t the first time that we have seen speculation emerging regarding the potential announcement and launch dates of the next-generation Galaxy S smartphone. It has previously been rumored that Samsung intended to make use of the Mobile World Congress gathering in February to lift the covers off the Galaxy S4, but this teasing blog post is possibly the strongest hint yet that they have scrapped that idea in favor of 2013’s start as they mean to go on with a large and exciting announcement.
We still aren’t exactly sure what consumers can expect from the Galaxy S4, but we have heard some speculation suggesting that Samsung has been working with their partners on creating a device that has an almost unbreakable display, although we aren’t exactly sure how that would be received with customers, maybe preferring the actual shell of the device to be a little more robust rather than lavishing attention onto the display. Regardless of time frames and potential specifications the Galaxy S4 is sure to continue the success trend that the S II and S III have started, and we can’t wait to see what Samsung has in store for us.