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Tune in for Live Coverage of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Launch

Samsung chose to skip Mobile World Congress for its big reveal of 2013 to instead hold its own event in New York City.

The South Korean company will undoubtedly show off the Galaxy S4, the follow up to the extremely successful Galaxy S line that has vaulted Samsung to the top of the Android manufacturers.

Tune in to our Samsung Galaxy S4 live blog that will commence at 7 p.m. EDT / 4 p.m. PDT for live commentary and photos from the event.

Also follow along from the webcast on YouTube.

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Marcus Yam
Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • freggo
    Live Coverage of the launch of a phone.
    Now, if this was the first phone in history introduced by Mr. Bell himself I'd want to be there.
    However, as much a fan of Samsung phones (own one myself) that I am, I have more important things going on in my live that this.
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  • Marcus Yam
    freggoI have more important things going on in my live that this.Yes, like your valuable comment contribution to this news story!
    Reply
  • whysobluepandabear
    Marcus YamYes, like your valuable comment contribution to this news story!

    I personally just printed, framed and mounted his statement on my wall - valuable indeed!
    Reply
  • hate machine
    Marcus YamYes, like your valuable comment contribution to this news story!
    Including a nice well cherished and rare typo! Better save this one folks! Could be worth something in a few years.
    Reply
  • vette98guy
    I'll tell you ..... this is one heck of a tough crowd, I'm almost afraid to comment on anything in fear of someone jumping down my throat due to a spelling error or grammar error. Take it easy guys, lighten up a little, not everyone is perfect and we all make mistakes every now and then.

    Peace
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  • TechnoD
    hate machineIncluding a nice well cherished and rare typo! Better save this one folks! Could be worth something in a few years.
    fyi, you need a comma after nice. I just like to notice typo's. ;)

    Reply
  • house70
    Looks like a solid device. I was actually on Android Central for their comprehensive coverage and one of the first official videos. I like they kept the removable battery and the micro-SD expansion, although for the 32-64 Gb versions it's not really needed.
    I am curious to see which processor version will make it to the US. More interesting will be to find a comparison between the 2 CPU versions, and which one will get more developer support. As I like to tweak my devices, I will go with the more "popular" one.
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  • georgios papadopoulos
    i got the S3 OHHHH , Now I have the S4!!!!! ITS THE SAME !!!!!!!!!!!

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  • house70
    georgios papadopoulosi got the S3 OHHHH , Now I have the S4!!!!! ITS THE SAME !!!!!!!!!!!You already have the S4? How did you get it so fast?

    Sorry, I didn't realize you were just trolling. My bad.
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  • angryfingertips
    Tim Cook is busy changing his underpants now......
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