Tomorrow is the day we’ve all been waiting for. Tomorrow in New York City, at the beautiful Radio City Music Hall, Samsung will be unveiling its new flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S IV. Although rumors have been flying for months now, with some of the juicier ones coming over the past few weeks, Samsung has remained mum on details, with most confirmation on specs coming from inside sources, leaving us with much to talk about but more or less twiddling our thumbs.
So what can we expect to see tomorrow? First off, we expect the device to be running on Android 2.2, have a 4.99 inch display with 1920 x 1080p HD resolution, a 13 megapixel rear-camera, 2MP front facing camera 2GB of RAM, and all the bells and whistles one could expect from a new flagship device. Global variants of the device are said to be running on a eight-core Exynos processor with a separate eight-core GPU, while the U.S. model will utilize quad-core Snapdragon processor.
The device may include new eye-tracking features, but reports on this have gone both ways. In essence, the feature controls certain functions by tracking eye movements. Current reports suggest that the feature will not be included in U.S. models, but will be available in future Samsung phones.
While we’re pretty sure that most of the rumored specs are likely going to make it to the next Galaxy S device, we just won’t know until Samsung takes the wraps off.
So get ready folks, tomorrow Samsung is going to blow our minds. Or if not that, put on one hell of a show. The press conference beings tomorrow night, March 14th at 7PM ET, and will be live streamed via Samsung. There will also be a simultaneous event in Time Square, where Samsung is throwing a not so private launch party. If you’re in the area, check it out!
We will have extensive coverage of the event, so check back in with us for more details on the Samsung Galaxy S IV!
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