The Galaxy S4 is rumored to be Samsung’s “most powerful” smartphone yet, and may feature enhanced hardware and software that will allow the Korea-based company to keep its edge in the mobile market.
Little is known about the device’s specific features, but executives from Samsung’s parts suppliers said the handset will “definitely use” LTE networks.
The last report that had surfaced about the Galaxy S4 also said that it will come with a quad-core Exynos processor, and the latest from Digital Daily only strengthens those rumors.
Samsung fans can also expect the next Galaxy smartphone iteration to come with an even larger display than that of the Galaxy S3. Its successor is rumored to tote a 5-inch OLED display, according to the Korea Times.
Samsung’s Galaxy S3 sold 20 million units within its first 100 days of release, and the company expects that number to climb to 30 million before the year’s end.