Samsung Galaxy S4 rumored with S Pen, April launch date

Samsung Galaxy S4 rumored with S Pen, April launch date


The Samsung Galaxy S4 is expected to arrive in April where it will launch with S Pen functionality, according to  a new batch of rumors. We’ve heard a number of times that the flagship device will debut in April 2013 so this isn’t all that far out there. And, really, it’s only one month earlier than we had for the introduction of the Galaxy S III.

As far as the S Pen function for the Galaxy S4 goes, we’re not too quick to jump on that train. As something that differentiates the Galaxy S series from the Galaxy Note series, it seems like the sort of tech that belongs in extra large form factors. That said, a 5-inch Galaxy S4 might work with a stylus.

Via Phone Arena

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  1. Zoide
    December 28, 12:43 Reply

    And no more PenTile? Please?

  2. Linux Dood
    December 28, 14:09 Reply

    And one more reason updates will come slower

  3. yarrellray
    December 29, 01:46 Reply

    It’s pretty clear that as us usual Samsung will have the BEST PRODUCTS in 2013 with the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3. Just like they did in 2012 with the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2. Nobody beats Samsung clearly.

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