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Samsung Galaxy S4 registration page opens from Three and Phones 4U

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Just days ahead of the Samsung Galaxy S4 launch, UK network provider Three and mobile retailer Phones 4U have added a registration page for the upcoming Samsung flagship.

Pre-orders for the handset are still not yet available, but the pages allow those eager to find out more information about the Samsung Galaxy S4 to register their interest and receive updates come launch.

Understandably, with the official Samsung Galaxy S4 launch on Thursday, there has been a palpable gear change in the amount of S4 leaks, especially coming from China, with a flurry of leaked images and even a hands-on video cropping up online.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Rumours
Despite Samsung releasing an official teaser picture and two Unpacked event videos, the South Korean company has been keeping quiet when it comes to the specs sheet and design of its upcoming flagship.

Rumour has it that the Samsung Galaxy S4 could pack the eight-core 1.8GHz Exynos 5 processor shown at CES 2013 with 2GB of RAM and a potential PowerVR SGX 544MP GPU.  

Tipped to sport a 4.99-inch Full 1080p HD display with greatly reduced bezel, the Samsung Galaxy S4 should play host to the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS seen in the Google Nexus 4. The flagship will also use a new version of Samsung’s unique UI, TouchWiz 6.0.

A 13-megapixel rear mounted camera is rumoured to be coupled with a 5-megapixel front facing camera, which utilises the Samsung Smart Scroll and Smart Pause functions.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 should also offer 4G LTE and NFC wireless connectivity, as well as a microSD card to bolster whatever internal storage options the handset launches with.

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