Samsung Galaxy S4 headed for March 14 reveal

The Samsung Galaxy S4 will be unveiled at a March 14 event, according to numerous internet sources.

One of the internet’s most mysteriously well-informed people, Eldar Murtazin has been tweeting about a special event occurring on March 14. The tweet in question reads:

“Save the date for a big announcement – March 14 🙂 And keep silence 😉 HTC will miss HTC One sales again 🙁 Like it was in 2012.”

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While no specifics were mentioned, Samsung fan site Sammobile followed Murtazin’s comments up with the assertion that the March 14 announcement would be for none other than the Samsung Galaxy S4. It also said that the announcement would be made in New York.

This makes perfect sense. After all, no company has been so responsible for HTC’s disappointing sales over recent years as Samsung, whose Samsung Galaxy S3 has pretty much swept the Android competition from the board.

If any further assurances were needed, The Verge has also confirmed with “sources familiar with Samsung’s plans” that March 14 will see launch of the Samsung Galaxy S4. It too has heard that the event will be held in the US.

Apparently, the emphasis for the new Samsung Galaxy S4 flagship will be on cool new features rather than cutting edge specs. On this front, the leap forward will be bigger than we’ve seen in any of the previous Samsung Galaxy S devices.

Of course, that doesn’t mean that the Samsung Galaxy S4 won’t pack a serious punch. As the recently leaked (again) specs reveal, it’ll likely come with a 5-inch Full HD display, a quad-core Exynos 5440 CPU and 2GB of RAM.

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