The Galaxy S 4 may be the Samsung Android getting the bulk of the market’s attention, but it’s far from alone as a 2013 addition to the company’s lineup. Lately, we’ve been talking about a whole bunch of new Samsung devices, from those that have already gone official, like the two Galaxy Mega models, to ones that remain the stuff of rumors, like the Galaxy S 4 Active and S 4 Zoom, which we just heard of yesterday. Now we get some idea of when many of these models could arrive, thanks to a leaked list of launch dates.

This data may be specific to European releases, but at least it might give us a general sense of Samsung’s global plans. The Galaxy Mega 6.3 should hit European shelves this week, followed by the Mega 5.8 next week.

By the end of the month, Samsung could announce the S 4 Mini, Active (stylized as Activ here), and Zoom. Once they’re official, the Zoom may arrive first, during the week of June 3, followed by both the Mini and Active the week of July 15.

If Samsung really is planning such an announcement this month, we’d imagine it should only be a matter of days before we start hearing about invitations.

Source: SamMobile

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