Be the first to see Samsung Galaxy S4 - watch out on official livestream!


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Today, Samsung will officially announce on Samsung Mobile Unpacked 2013 at New York the worldwide much-awaited smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S4. The no. 1 manufacturer heightened the hype for the unveiling of the Next Galaxy. Official livestream is now up and available in all countries via Youtube.

Be the first to heard the official announcement for Samsung Galaxy S4 and see what's 'the big thing' is all about.  It is expected that hundreds of thousands will tune-in to the Unpacked 2013 Livestream.



Few hours before the launch, major websites and top tech blogs revealed the speculated looks of the Samsung Galaxy S4. Specs were already claimed to be accurate as from reliable sources. Leaked photos from Chinese website Mobile IT168 is now circulating over the web.

Mobile IT168 says the specs of the phone are: 4.99-inch full HD (1080p) display, 1.8GHz 8-core Exynos processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage (expandable via micro SD card slot), has 13 megapixel camera and Dual-sim slots.

Extremetech.com however says that the dimensions, weight,battery and hardware specs are now confirmed. "The Galaxy S4 will be 140.1mm long, 71.8mm wide, and just 7.7mm thick. This means the S4 is slightly longer and wider than the Galaxy S3 (to be expected with the larger screen), but a full millimeter thinner. The Galaxy S4 weighs 138 grams, up slightly from the S3′s 133g. S4 display will be 4.99-inch 1920×1080. "

Also, some of the rumored features of the new Galaxy is the Smart Stay eye tracking that will allow users to control gestures using eye movements, and a feature similar to what the S-Pen can do on the Note 2 - that allows you to hover over items instead of touching them - except that it works with your fingers.


Samsung Galaxy S4 Leaked photos
Photo: Samsung Galaxy S4 Leaked photos
Photo Credit:  Mobile IT168 website


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