What will we see at the Samsung Premiere 2013?
What we here and AndroidGuys are really excited about is the Galaxy S 4 news. From the looks of it, we’re going to be seeing the Galaxy S4’s tall, small and athletic cousins.
Thanks to Arnold for emailing us the tip with some possible renders of the new S 4 devices. Be sure you translate the page if you’re interested in the text. Check it out at Mobileaks’ dutch page here
Now, we realize that looking at these renders it’s hard to believe that there is an inch of difference in the display of the second two devices. Even so, it’s not a huge deal as Sammy hasn’t hinted at a 6 inch display for any of it’s devices. The Mega is rumored to be releasing in 5.8″ and 6.3″ flavors.
While the Mega is truly going to be the “next big thing” the golden children of this show will definitely be the S 4 Mini and Active.
The Active answering the call for everyone who’s ever said “I’m just too hard on my phones to spend that much” and the S 4 Mini appealing to anyone who wants all the power and latest features but do not like the feel of large devices.
Which of these devices are you looking forward to? Is anyone looking forward to replacing their Nexus 7 with a Galaxy Mega? Let us know in the comments below!
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