First Samsung Galaxy S4 Teaser Released As A Trailer [VIDEO]

Are you ready 4 the next Galaxy smartphone? Just ten days left for the grand unveiling of Samsung’s Galaxy S IV handset at a special event in New York City, the Korean company has started the countdown by posting a teaser video clip of the highly-anticipated Android-powered device. The trailer involves a young boy – the “secret messenger” of Samsung Unpacked 2013 – calling in to tak a look at a hidden package inside. When the box opens, the boy’s face excitedly lights up with a surprise glow of its contents, and one has top wonder whether techie fans will be pleased by what they see once proceedings begin on March 14th.

Advertisements and teaser video are obviously designed to attract customers and if the device is an up-springing and lacking in imagination as the teased one, then tech fans will be in for a big disappointment of imposing proportions. While other sources suggestions from various outlets points this will not be the case, however the device will, at least on paper, be forced to be redesigned with.

GS4 Teaser Trailer

Galaxy S IV device is all expected to run a 1.8GHz Exynos processor of some description, and though it is expected to be a quad-core, rumored and touted the Samsung’s own Exynos 5410, which packs an impressive eight cores. The CPU will be accompanied by a high-end GPU, and 2GB of RAM would seem an extreme implementation to a device of the S4’s accuracy.

As mentioned it as a high-spec Android 4.1 JB runner, gone through all the specifications, it’s not hard to see why its all set for the device. Behind the scenes it is aside from iPhone, most significant release in the smartphone calendar, urge that many Android users are now tethering their preferences to Samsung-branded handsets. Honestly, I am the one to get any sort of look in alongside the S IV to compete. It’s difficult to imagine!


Stay tuned for the great event on March 14th, we’ll be covering all the news, including specs, images, pricing and availability at Vsszone!