Reports add: Samsung Galaxy S IV may appear on March 15; Galaxy Watch & S IV Mini will also release

Smartphone market explodes with several number of players but the most talked ones are Galaxy range and Apple’s iPhones along with recently launched few BB & WP handsets. Samsung’s Galaxy S 3 & Galaxy Note II currently earned unseen fame & great earnings & no sooner the internet was filled up with reports & news citing for the upcoming models from the Korean maker.
Highly expected S III follower, temporarily named, “Galaxy S IV” is the next big thing now. Fresh news are that SamMobile unveiled that the Korean maker would bring Galaxy S IV device in the front of the world on March 15, adding, the smartphone is believed to be released in Europe and Asia in April and around May or June in North America and Australia.
The report giving source has further marked that the world renowned Korean maker is also working on Galaxy S IV ‘mini’ handset.
“This device uses almost the same accessories as the Galaxy S IV only this device can’t use the wireless charing dock,” reveals report. The same source again added that Apple’s highly expected wearable computer “iWatch” will not be left alone instead will be pushed in battle grounds by Samsung with its watch.
S IV is likely to be well-equipped with 4.99 inch Super AMOLED full HD display, 1.8GHz eight core Exynos 5 Octa processor, 2GB of RAM, NFC, 4G LTE, a microSD slot, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and wireless charging along with a 13MP camera.

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