Samsung teases Galaxy S IV with new video, preps for March 14th launch

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We’ve said it before and we’ll likely be saying it for quite a while. If you own an Android smartphone, chances are it’s a Samsung Galaxy. Samsung’s Galaxy S III was the best-selling Android smartphone of 2012, and on March 14th the company will unveil the next in the line of Galaxy, the Galaxy S IV. By all rumored accounts thus far, the Galaxy S IV will be a phone truly worthy of being called an Android flagship device, boasting the following primary spec sheet:

  • 5″ 1080p Super AMOLED HD display
  • Samsung’s Exynos Octa (2 x quad-core) processor
  • 2GB of RAM
  • 13 megapixel camera

Like its predecessors, the Galaxy S IV will likely sell tens of millions of units after it releases later this year. Samsung will take the wrappings off the Galaxy S IV at an event in New York City on March 14th, and today the company released a teaser video to boost the hype ahead the device’s release. For this teaser, Samsung has enlisted the help of a child named Jeremy, who is “entrusted” with protecting the box which carries Samsung’s 2013 flagship. Jeremy is the secret messenger of Unpacked 2013, and Samsung’s event next week will likely feature at least a brief cameo for Jeremy as he delivers the device to Samsung’s executives at the unveiling.

The clip (link for mobile) is likely the first of many Samsung will use to build hype for the Galaxy S IV. Expect to be inundated with similar videos over the next 10 days as you prepare to digest Samsung’s 2013 flagship.

Via: TechCrunch

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This article was written by Anthony Domanico

Anthony is the Editor in Chief of Techgress, and a big mobile and gaming geek. He's covered mobile technology for the better part of three years, and gets excited about shiny, new things. He currently uses an iPhone, iPad Mini, and Nexus 7, but Windows Phone 8 and BlackBerry devices are never too far away.



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