The successor of the Samsung Galaxy S III was earlier reported to be releasing on March 15. However, as per a new report, the same would be launched on March 14.
The new phone has dubbed, unofficially, as "Galaxy S IV". The next-generation Samsung Galaxy S smartphone is being hoped to be announced by the company two weeks following Barcelona's Mobile World Congress 2013.
The two tech giants, Apple and Samsung are confronting each other again.
In the absence of Steve Jobs, Apple's stand appears to be precarious. He had a solution to the problem that was called as thermonuclear legal war. Any replicas of the model were prohibited by patenting their models.
It has been finally announced by Samsung that by the end of January, the NFC-enabled Mini version of Samsung's hit smartphone the Galaxy S3 will be available in the UK market for sale.
A recent report has indicated that there are fair chances of Samsung's flagship device, the Galaxy S IV to be unleashed with the famed S-Pen stylus in 2013. It is believed to be the first smartphone in the series to feature the stylus.
It is believed that the company is expecting to "unite its Note series with the flagship Galaxy S IV", and it has been said by someone close to the company.
Samsung has recently got freed from the court attendances for the charges of patent infringement on it put by Apple Inc. Now, Ericsson has brought the company at the same position, alleging it of infringing its patents, a recent report has revealed.
It is being suspected that by the end of the year, Galaxy Note might be updated with an Android 4.1 version, instead of Google Now. But sources proposed that Samsung's original smartphone /tablet might be upgraded with similar features as that present in the recently launched Galaxy Note II.
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