Ever since the May 2012 launch of the Galaxy S III in London we’ve voiced our beliefs that the next iteration of the phone will follow a similar trend. Samsung’s special event for unveiling key hardware is dubbed “Unpacked” and a recent report seems to confirm what a company executive hinted recently: there will be no Galaxy S IV at MWC in Barcelona.

Apparently there will be no Unpacked event at MWC next month and, according to “people familiar with the matter” there will be no official unveiling at all at the show. However, Samsung will have a presence on the show-floor — and quite a large booth judging from past year’s experience at shows like MWC and IFA — where they will have devices on display.

That doesn’t mean we won’t be seeing anything new! The Galaxy Note 8.0 has been basically confirmed for MWC and we also expect to see the new Galaxy Express being displayed, probably alongside current flagships and members of the line-up and some other mid-range devices (who knows, maybe even another camera).

Source: Pocket-lint

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