Just three days after Apple took the wraps off its latest smartphone - Apple iPhone 5, there have been murmurs about Samsung getting ready to unveil its Galaxy S IV. If the reports in The Korea Times are to be believed, then Samsung will be showcasing its new flagship device in February 2013. The website claims that both Samsung officials and its local part suppliers have confirmed that it is 'ready' to launch the next Galaxy S smartphone at the Mobile World Congress 2013.
Furthermore, the smartphone is expected to go on sale starting March. Samsung Galaxy S IV will be the most powerful smartphone offered by the Korean consumer electronics giant. A Samsung official has also told The Korea Times that, Samsung Galaxy S IV may have a 5-inch flexible OLED display and it will definitely use LTE networks. It will sport Samsung's Exynos processors and quad-core chips.
Currently, Samsung Galaxy S III is being powered by a combination of Exynos and Snapdragon processor depending upon the region. No further details in regards to specs or pricing of Samsung Galaxy S IV are known so far.
It is noteworthy, that Samsung had announced its Galaxy S III smartphone in May 2012 and has managed to sell 20 million units in just three months post its launch. Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich and the Jelly Bean update for the same is expected to be rolled out in October.