By Anton D. Nagy | October 31, 2012 2:27 AM
Remember all the Samsung Galaxy S IV rumors? Those related to an MWC 2013 launch (which we found hard to believe since Samsung decided to hold a separate event for the S III this May in London) and that got quickly debunked by the South Korean manufacturer? Then there was that prototype running 3GB of RAM.
Now the next Galaxy S seems to be back in the rumor mill. According to reports from South Korea, the S IV will probably use a new quad-core processor which is purportedly in testing phases over at Samsung. It appears to be a 28nm ARM15 SoC codenamed “Adonis” (god of desire and beauty in Greek mythology) scheduled for production in the first quarter of next year, allegedly part of the Galaxy S IV, to be launched in April-May 2013 (following Samsung’s yearly update cycle of the flagship phone).
There is no further information (rumors) about the clock speeds or GPU but we’re sure we’ll see plenty of Galaxy S IV news as we approach the first quarter of 2013.