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Monday, 17 September 2012 09:08

Samsung Galaxy S4 tipped for March launch

Written by Peter Scott

That was quick


It is no news that Samsung is already working on a successor to its flagship Galaxy S III phone, but according to the Korea Times, it could land a bit earlier than expected.

Sales of the S III recently passed 20 the million mark and Samsung hopes to sell 10 million more units by the end of the year.

This is where the S IV, or S 4 enters the fray. Samsung is reportedly eyeing the Mobile World Congress for launch, so shipments could start in March 2013. This is just nine months after the S III debut, which seems to indicate a pretty aggressive product cycle.

It is too early to talk about specs, but some punters are already speculating about a 5-inch screen and a new Exynos chip.

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