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Video Teases Samsung's Galaxy S4

Samsung recently announced plans to unveil the next iteration of its famous Galaxy S phone on March 14. With that date still a week away, the company this week provided us with a little taster of what we can expect next Thursday.

Samsung has released a teaser video titled 'Be Ready 4 the Next Galaxy' that shows a young boy taking a quick peek inside the box containing the Galaxy S4. The video doesn't actually show anything of the phone, instead telling the first part of the story of this boy who is supposed to keep the phone a secret until the big reveal. According to ABC News, Samsung will continue the series in the run up to the Galaxy S4's announcement.

Samsung has previously said the S4 will launch by May at the earliest. The device itself may feature the world's first mobile eight-core processor (manufactured by Samsung), accompanied by a 4.99-inch 1080p screen. The Samsung Galaxy S4 was previously showcased in an alleged official press shot, while a Galaxy S4 Mini and Galaxy Watch will debut alongside the Galaxy S3's successor.

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  • keither5150
    old news, I saw this a couple of days ago. I was hoping for something new.

    I am following GS4 closely as my wife needs an upgrade by May or June. I have a note 2. Hopefully the GS4 is a little better.
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  • Corporate greed and consumer wastefulness.

    Even the S2 continues to serve well as a top-end phone, capable of absolutely everything you could possibly need it to do.

    And now thousands of perfectly good S2s and S3s will be tossed, less than 2 years after they were purchased, for something marginally better.

    I think this is not sustainable.
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  • cyphacipher
    blaaaahdisagreealldayCorporate greed and consumer wastefulness. Even the S2 continues to serve well as a top-end phone, capable of absolutely everything you could possibly need it to do. And now thousands of perfectly good S2s and S3s will be tossed, less than 2 years after they were purchased, for something marginally better. I think this is not sustainable.
    The typical cycle of almost all computer products.
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  • TheBigTroll
    blaaaahdisagreealldayCorporate greed and consumer wastefulness. Even the S2 continues to serve well as a top-end phone, capable of absolutely everything you could possibly need it to do. And now thousands of perfectly good S2s and S3s will be tossed, less than 2 years after they were purchased, for something marginally better. I think this is not sustainable.
    i agree with you. if it aint broke, keep it
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  • wilem_WAR246810
    blaaaahdisagreealldayCorporate greed and consumer wastefulness. Even the S2 continues to serve well as a top-end phone, capable of absolutely everything you could possibly need it to do. And now thousands of perfectly good S2s and S3s will be tossed, less than 2 years after they were purchased, for something marginally better. I think this is not sustainable.
    the upgrade from gen to gen for galaxy s is actually considerable when compared to every generation of iPhone, especially when u look from 4s to 5
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  • eklipz330
    blaaaahdisagreealldayCorporate greed and consumer wastefulness. Even the S2 continues to serve well as a top-end phone, capable of absolutely everything you could possibly need it to do. And now thousands of perfectly good S2s and S3s will be tossed, less than 2 years after they were purchased, for something marginally better. I think this is not sustainable.yeah, completely wasteful. we should have never replaced those brick phones, crt monitors should still be on or tabletops, and candles should have never been replaced by lightbulbs.

    it's called innovation.
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  • wannabepro
    blaaaahdisagreealldayCorporate greed and consumer wastefulness. Even the S2 continues to serve well as a top-end phone, capable of absolutely everything you could possibly need it to do. And now thousands of perfectly good S2s and S3s will be tossed, less than 2 years after they were purchased, for something marginally better. I think this is not sustainable.Did you get dropped on your head when you were a baby?
    Maybe best to get it checked.
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  • back_by_demand
    cyphacipherThe typical cycle of almost all products.Fixed
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  • ejohansson
    Any idea of the Verizon release price? Got a Droid DNA over the weekend, but might want to return it and switch to the S4.
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  • How is it corporate greed when consumers are willing to consume and are not required to consume?
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