Samsung Galaxy S IV rumors are piling up but, with every occasion we had, both in writing and in speech, we said that we think the South Korean phone maker will not release the 2013 Galaxy S phone at the upcoming MWC. Starting with the Galaxy S III, Samsung has moved away from the trade show floor, announcing the flagship at a dedicated unpacked event (last time in London).

According to JK Shin, head of Samsung Mobile Communications, the Galaxy S IV will be missing this year too from Mobile World Congress. Our money is still on an April-May release for the flagship but those who are interested in the company’s line-up this year in Barcelona can expect to meet the new Galaxy Note 8.0, which has its own reasons to be excited about.

Source: iNews24

Via: PhoneArena

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