It was announced at MWC today that Samsung would be unveiling the latest flagship Galaxy phone on 14th March – namely the Galaxy S IV. Apparently, this comes after huge pressure from US carriers that want the Korean company to launch the phone in the United States.
Last year’s Galaxy S III is powered by a quad core, 1.4 GHz CPU and one or two GB of RAM depending on the market. With the Nexus 4 running at similar specs and 2 GB of RAM, and the HTC One with higher clocked quad-core CPU with the same 2GB and a 1080p screen, it will be interesting to see the updates made to the S IV when it’s announced. At the very least, it will be probably running the latest Jelly Bean build.
The Mobile World Conference is still under way in Barcelona, with more news likely to hit during the day.