Samsung reported to announce 5-inch Galaxy S IV at Mobile World Congress 2013

Samsung reported to announce 5-inch Galaxy S IV at Mobile World Congress 2013

And here we are with our first rumors for the Samsung Galaxy S IV.  According to Korea Times (translate), Samsung plans to announce its next-generation Android smartphone at Mobile World Congress in early 2013, putting it on sale in March at the latest.  The Galaxy S IV (or is it 4?) will reportedly offer a slightly larger 5-inch display and employ Samsung’s quad-core Exynos processor.

Considering Samsung just introduced the Galaxy S III back in early May, this would put the next release out just some 10 months later.  Not only that, but it would put things back in more traditional release, tied to a large mobile conference instead of a standalone event.  Given that it’s the middle of September, we imagine there’s plenty of rumors to report over the next few months.  What’s more, there’s a lot of time for conflicting reports, fakes, leaks, and mockups.  Here we go again…

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