By Anton D. Nagy | January 27, 2013 8:40 AM
Not much is known about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S IV but if the Galaxy S III is any indication then the US carrier variants should follow soon after the unveiling, which, also from the previous model, might be a dedicated event towards Q2. While at CES the manufacturer did show off some displays and the 4.99-inch Full-HD Super AMOLED could be the best candidate for this year’s flagship.
The User Agent Profile linked at the source below belongs to a certain Samsung SGH-I337. While the naming indicates an AT&T phone, the Galaxy S III was the SGH-I747. However, the UAProf hints 1080 x 1920, as in Full HD resolution, which could belong to the Galaxy S IV (or, just as well, to another upcoming AT&T Samsung phone or tablet).
The global version is expected to be part of the GT-I950X model number family and so far we have confirmation that the phone will be skipping MWC, just like last year. Whether this is indeed the first Galaxy S IV UAProf sighting is yet to be confirmed but the information so far seems to match the expected/rumored specs.
Via: Blog of Mobile