8-Core Exynos 5 Octa Processor for mobile device at the CES last week, and rumors said that Samsung is going to launch its Galaxy s4 soon, may be next mouth, and later come with Galaxy Note 3. Although at the current time we're not sure whether they can debut in 2013, lots of things can be deduced - or at least guessed. So following just let us go together to have a look at the upcoming and most anticipated mobile device Samsung will bring to us in 2013.
1. Samsung Galaxy S IV
The Galaxy S3 made a hugely success in 2012, so it is no doubt that Samsung will release its next Galaxy product- Galaxy S4. Rumors of the Samsung Galaxy IV have already sprung up as early as December last year. And according to the roadmap spotted by AnandTech last week, the Galaxy S IV is hopefully to features a 4.99-inch full HD (1080p) screen with 440ppi and will show off as early as February at Mobile World Congress.
Based on the most recent rumors, Galaxy S4 may be runs on its new 2GHz 8-Core Exynos 5 Octa Processor, 12/32/64GB internal storage options, 2GB RAM, 13MP rear camera, 1.9MP front camera, 3200mAh battery and LTE and NFC connectivity features. And of course it will be powered by the Android Jelly Bean 4.2 OS from Google,
2. Samsung galaxy note 3
Phablet fever may be in full swing in 2013. Last week, China’s Huawei Technologies unveiled the world's biggest smartphone-Ascend Mate, which features a 6.1-inch display.
There is nearly zero information about the Samsung galaxy note 3, the only rumors now we can hear is that the Galaxy Note 3 will be packed with a 6.3-inch screen and may be runs on the 8-Core Exynos 5 Octa Processor. Expect Samsung will devise some newer killer upgrades for the Galaxy Note 3.
3. Samsung Tizen phone
Samsung have confirmed that multiple "new, competitive" Tizen phone will launch in 2013.
4. Samsung Windows RT tablets will not launch in the US
Company like Sony, Dell having unveiled their Windows RT tablets, but there is no Samsung. News from CNET have confirmed that Samsung cancels plans for Windows RT tablet in the US because retail partners don't see strong demand and because the value proposition for Windows RT isn't clear to consumers. What a pity.
Which one is your expectation in 2013? Just let me know below!