Samsung Galaxy S4 Mystery Builds [VIDEO]

Samsung Galaxy S4 Mystery Builds [VIDEO]
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Samsung Galaxy S4 Mystery Builds [VIDEO]

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Samsung  Galaxy S4 is the subject of the new video the company has released to build up the excitement surrounding the device even more. The video features a boy who is tasked with carrying around a cube containing the Galaxy S4. We never do get a glimpse of the device itself, although the boy does talk the man who gives him the cube into “just a little peek.” The video ends with a girl asking the boy what’s in the box, and then the words “To Be Continued” pop up on the screen.

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Typically the tech world is privy to a lot of leaked details surrounding new gadgets, but Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (LON:BC94) (KRX:005930) has done a good job of keeping the Galaxy S4 under wraps. Of course that hasn’t stopped the speculation.

The Galaxy S4 is the last Android device due this year to be unveiled. We’ll finally get to see it on March 14. Current expectations are for a 4.99-inch handset with a 1080p Super AMOLED display. Samsung  is also expected to include its new Exynos Octa chipset, 2 gigs of RAM and a 13-megapixel camera.

Other rumors about the Galaxy S4 say that it will use QUALCOMM, Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM)’s Snapdragon 600 quad core processor. Also the device may have some additional innovations, like the ability to just put the device to the ear and answer it without pushing any buttons, and eye monitoring, which should virtually eliminate problems with the phone’s screen turning off while the user is looking at it.

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