The Samsung Galaxy S IV could be released in April, according to a recent rumor. Several reports also suggest that the South Korean based company is attempting to merge its Galaxy S line with its Galaxy Note series, creating a modernized smartphone that offers S Pen stylus technology and other features.
The Galaxy S IV is also expected to carry a 5-inch 1080p AMOLED display with a pixel density of 441 pixels per inch. Also rumored is an ultra-fast quad-core Exynos 5440 processor that utilizes 28nm high-K metal gates.
The Samsung Galaxy S IV is also rumored to include a 13-megapixel rear camera that features a high-end flash and auto focusing.
Given Samsung’s push to include its premium suite with currently released smartphones, it is also likely that the company will launch the S IV with the same suite of new features.
The biggest draw for users, however, is likely the S Pen, which allows for added touchscreen functionality. Samsung Note users have raved about the S Pen’s ability to make certain tasks such as writing, drawing, and playing certain mobile games easier.
Samsung Galaxy S IV rumors have also pointed to a March release, just in time for the Mobile World Congress.
While Samsung has denied previous rumors regarding its new smartphone, the company has attempted to stick close to a yearly release schedule, which would suggest an April or May product launch.
Further details regarding the Samsung Galaxy S IV have not yet been revealed, and current expectations are simply rumors, likely from hopeful smartphone users who want to achieve more with their current technology.