The Samsung Galaxy S4 may be getting a glitzy launch ceremony all to itself on March 15, a new rumour has suggested.
According to a "trusted insider" speaking to SamMobile, Samsung will be doing just as they did for the Samsung Galaxy S3 by skipping Mobile World Congress in favour of giving their new flagship handset pride of place at a separate event.
However, though the launch event is pencilled in for March 15, the actual roll-out of sales of the device could be sometime later depending on your homeland, with Samsung staggering the in-store sales dates. According to the source, Europe will get the phone first sometime in April, followed by Asia later that month, with America, Africa and Australia getting late roll-outs across May and June.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is expected to land running Android Jelly Bean 4.2.1, sporting a 5-inch full HD display, possibly an Octo-core processor, 2GB of RAM and a 13MP rear camera, according to the latest industry whispers.
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