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The Samsung Galaxy S IV will be unveiled in April, according to multiple sources close to the Korean manufacturer. The biggest news in relation to the current edition will be the S Pen stylus that will be shipped with the device. With this Galaxy S line should get one of the biggest advantages of the devices from the Galaxy Note line.

The Galaxy IV will reportedly have a 5-inch screen, which will extend it into the category of so-called phablets, and large diagonal will justify using the stylus, sources have said. The new edition of Galaxy devices Samsung will not give up AMOLED screens and the resolution should be increased to 1,920 x 1,080 pixels (441 ppi). The device will be powered by a quad-core Exynos 5440 processor; it will feature a 13-megapixel camera and a housing that has a thickness of 9.2 mm.

It is assumed that Samsung will organize its own conference to present the Galaxy IV. Unit sales should start shortly after the presentation. It looks like Samsung will once again have the leading role in the smartphone market, at least in terms of performance.

[Ed – Although the rumors currently point to April there is a chance that the Galaxy IV could make an appearance at CES 2013. This is only the slightest rumor right now, but it would make sense and will build interest leading up to the April launch window. We also hear that Apple could be releasing new iPads around that time which should not have that much of an impact on the new Galaxy, but you never know when Apple and Samsung go head to head what will happen.  In reality the launch timing does not matter that much as Apple does not have anything to counter the current S3 and is highly unlikely to be able to counter the S IV once it launches…]

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