With just hours to go until the unveiling of the Galaxy S IV from Samsung, the leaks and speculation are naturally rife. While one source has today presented the world with some high-resolution images purportedly depicting the handset, we’ve also got some interesting specs and a video demonstration of the so-called ‘floating touch’ and ‘smart touch’ features to mull over.
Tomorrow, Samsung will finally get out of its way to announce the Galaxy S IV, a major upgrade to its flagship smartphone. Speculation has been great over the coming weeks, enough to fuel interest from third-party accessory manufacturers. One day ahead of the smartphone’s official announcement, a set of cases specifically designed for the Samsung Galaxy S IV have leaked onto the web, embodying many design cues that are expected to make their way onto the look and feel of the new smartphone.
Yesterday, an alleged sighting of the Samsung Galaxy S IV in the wild was spread via Chinese forum. But while yesterday's leaked images gave very little away, the same source has come through with a hands-on video. It looks very legitimate indeed, and the handset, which is supposedly the China Unicom variant, bears striking similarities to the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II.
The technology loving world is currently counting down the days until the March 14th Samsung Galaxy S IV announcement. The South Korean company will be more than well aware of the excitement surrounding the next-generation Galaxy S device, and in an attempt to raise that interest to unprecedented levels, have posted an official teaser image of the hardware through their US based Twitter account.
Early last week, Samsung began the ten day countdown to its UNPACKED Galaxy S IV event by running a little teaser trailer. A young lad by the name of Jeremy was handed the mission of minding the secretive, mystical box until the big day, and now, Samsung has given us an update on how both Jeremy, and his box of Galaxy wonder are doing. Naturally, neighbors have been asking him questions regarding the box he carries everywhere with him, but as far as revealing what's inside, he doesn't budge. The familiar spate of bad acting and cheesiness ensues throughout one and-a-half minute clip, so you have been warned. Check it out below.
We're now just a couple of days away from Samsung's special “Unpacked” event in New York City, in which the Korean company is expected to release its flagship Galaxy S IV device. Although we have a rough idea of what Samsung has up its sleeve in terms of specifications, there are still conflicting reports pertaining to quite a few of the details, and a new leak of a handset originating from China aims to shed a little more light on proceedings.
Today, some new information pertaining to the upcoming Galaxy S IV smartphone has surfaced on web. The said device is now said to include ‘floating touch’ technology comparable to that within the Sony XPERIA Sola. In essence, this technology allows you to hover over certain elements of an interface, and, as you can on most desktop platforms, view additional information relating to the item you’re hovering over.
With now just a few days now until Samsung is expected to launch its flagship Galaxy S IV device at a special event in New York City, we're being treated to hourly barrages of leaks. In the latest, a bunch of screenshots purported to represent the eagerly-anticipated device have made their way onto the Web via GSMIsrael. Supposedly, the screenies originated from a U.S. (AT&T) Galaxy S IV, and were leaked by a "very reliable" source.
Next week, Samsung will finally unveil its eagerly-awaited Galaxy S IV smartphone, and amid all the excitement leading up to that March 14th event in New York City, the leaks are arriving thick and fast. A short while ago, benchmarks purporting to represent the handset appeared to confirm, among other hardware features, an Exynos 5410 quad-core processor and now, the famed and oft-reliant evleaks Twitter account has released a couple of render images of the phone.
Samsung is all set to announce its latest flagship device, the Galaxy S IV, on March 14th in New York City, and with the competition at the top of the smartphone pyramid hotting up, it will be interesting to see what differentiating features are brought to the table. Based on a recent report coming out of The New York Times, there's at least one new and potentially ground breaking feature we can look forward to.