A new video courtesy of Samsung explains that the Galaxy S4 is in fact completely different from the design of the previous Galaxy S III. This time the company focused on delivering value and emotion.
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Samsung's new Galaxy S 4 will be offered with a mighty eight-core Exynos 5 processor... in some markets at least. But in others, like the US and UK, it will go on sale with a quad-core Snapdragon CPU.
If you are looking for a live stream of the Samsung Galaxy S IV event to see if all the leaks were true, we have you covered and embedded the stream after the jump to keep you abreast of the action.
LG's billboard located in New York City's Times Square has been turned into an ad that mocks Samsung's teaser campaign for the reveal of its Galaxy S IV smartphone tonight.
Thanks to another Chinese website, even more details and images of the Samsung Galaxy S IV have been uncovered, just a few hours away from the official launch at Samsung's Unpacked event.
Apple marketing head Phil Schiller slammed Google's Android OS in an interview posted one day before Samsung reveals the highly anticipated Android-powered Galaxy S IV smartphone.
As the launch of the new Galaxy S IV approaches, Samsung has tweeted a reference to its March 14 announcement, along with a teaser image, showing a phone that looks an awful lot like the Galaxy S III.
Samsung has released a second teaser video for the March 14th reveal of the Galaxy S IV smartphone, which brings back "Jeremy" as the company's secret messenger.
Some images have leaked and they seem to show a Chinese version of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S IV. If the are real they confirm a lot of earlier rumored specs including an HD screen and an 8-core CPU.
With the launch of Samsung's Galaxy S IV fast approaching, the handset's specs have apparently been confirmed by a "trusted source", who says it will have a 5" display and a whopping 8-core processor.
Samsung will have some kind of event relating to the reveal of the Galaxy S IV smartphone on March 14th in New York City's Times Square that will be open to the public.
Samsung has just announced they will be unveiling their new Galaxy S IV phone on the 14th of March. The new device is rumored to have an 1080p display and a custom made 8 core processor.
New rumors from several different sources claim that Samsung is planning to announce the Galaxy S IV smartphone on March 14th, one day earlier than what was previously rumored.
A new rumor claims Samsung will reveal the Android-based Galaxy S IV smartphone on March 15th, also known as the "Ides of March". with a release date in April in Europe and May-June for the US.
A new rumor claims that Samsung will put in an eight core processor inside the still unannounced Galaxy S IV smartphone, based on a device with such a chip detected in benchmark programs.
A website claims to have received the first image of a official render of the still unannounced Samsung Galaxy S IV, which could go on sale sometime later this year.
Despite rumors that Samsung would at least announce the Samsung Galaxy S IV smartphone at CES 2013 in January, a new report says that Samsung will concentrate on its TV products at the trade show.
Samsung has taken to Twitter to head off previously published rumors that suggested the company would launch the Galaxy S IV smartphone as early as March 2013, stating they are "not true".