Samsung Galaxy S4 With 5-Inch Display And S Pen Rumored For April Release

Samsung Galaxy S4 with S IV Pen

Although reporting on Samsung products isn’t our forte on BestTechInfo, a new rumor caught our attention and it was just too good to pass up. Straight from South Korea, the latest in Samsung rumors is related to the company’s forthcoming Galaxy S IV (or Galaxy S4) smartphone.

The company may reportedly combine the best of their popular Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II with their next handset. Rumored for release in April of 2013, the Galaxy S IV will allegedly boast a 5-inch display with a pixel density of 441 pixels per inch, a quad-core Exynos 5440 processor, a 13MP rear-facing camera and a slightly overall thicker design of 9.2mm.

Additionally, another change to the next generation of Galaxy phones may be the addition of an integrated S Pen stylus – making the phone more Galaxy Note-like than anything.

While these are just rumors for the time being, stay tuned for complete coverage on Samsung’s “next big thing”.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1842957760 Mojtaba Alkhalifah

    A 5 inch display is a phablite size screen

  • http://www.facebook.com/GlitterBaby1010 Cassie Alise Cameron

    Gorgeous phone! Giveaway entry

  • pharezcats

    phones are starting to get to big it is not a phone that is a mini tablet and when you are celling you look doom with this big thing by your ear

  • cmaro2010

    lol i will never betray apple theres no competition in my opinion!!

  • Aryan

    I would love to get that phone as I already hated iDevices….!!!!!!!!!!

    • Tanner Marsh

      Well, there you go! Personally, I think a 5-inch display is far too big for a phone.

      • http://www.facebook.com/cameron.nelms Cameron Nelms

        What’s getting me to want to switch is the 441 PPI.