Samsung has released a teaser which reveals the plans it has in store for the CES event. The word has it that Samsung is going to launch the Galaxy S IV at the Consumer Electronics Show which is going to be held next month. The teaser Samsung has released seems to highlight that they are planning something different for the CES event and rumour has it that it is going to be the Galaxy S IV.
Even though the Samsung Galaxy S3 that became a big hit was released hardly seven months ago, the rumour has it that the next big hit will come in the form of the Samsung Galaxy S IV which is a sequel of the Galaxy S3. The Galaxy S IV is rumoured to have a 5 inch display screen with a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080. The rumour also suggests that this next iteration of Galaxy S3 is going to provide a 2GB RAM and a rear camera of 13 megapixels.
If we are to believe these rumours surrounding the Galaxy S IV being released by the Samsung then there is a strong possibility that they will be releasing it at the Mobile World Congress or at a special event by Samsung in the coming year 2013. But, the recent release of the teaser by Samsung that is aiming at the CES 2013 event is pointing towards an altogether different possibility. The teaser seems to highlight that Samsung is having a big news which they will be showcasing in the event that is scheduled for the month of January 2013.
The MWC is an event that is known to have launches of anything that is mobile related associated to it but Samsung has not chosen this platform but the CES event to showcase the innovative product they are going to unveil. We are hoping that the product to be launched would be the Galaxy S IV and also that the Samsung does talk about the 8-core ARM processor that they have been developing. The Samsung had earlier given hints that they will be showcasing their new Exynos chip which is built on the ARM architecture in the year 2013. Currently we can just hope and wait for the best.