Samsung might be using a similar technique to make sure the Galaxy S4 is kept under wraps in addition to possible ahead of its release date
If you remember the build-up resulting in the release of the Samsung Galaxy S3 captured, the South Korean company did all things in its power to redirect tech sites searching for the latest scoop around the then-unannounced flagship smartphone. Exactly the same is expected next year, according to reports, as Samsung might be using a similar technique to make sure the Galaxy S4 is kept under wraps in addition to possible ahead of its release date.
This might very well mean an array of incorrect rumors and leaks prior to the expected launch/release of the Galaxy S4, which might take place in April or May 2013.
Certainly one of Samsung’s known strategies requires the use of a dummy form of the smartphone under consideration; such dummy devices include different specifications featuring than the finished product, in most cases come in a totally different design too. Security within Samsung can also be heightened as the Galaxy S4’s release date draws closer.
Captured, only a select quantity of Samsung engineers knew how the Galaxy S3’s final design would seem like, and employees using their company departments were strictly forbidden to determine images of the device.
The newest batch of Galaxy S4 rumors shows that the fourth-generation Galaxy S handset have a 4.99-inch or 5-inch full-HD (1080p) display, a quad-core processor, 2 GB RAM along with a 13-megapixel rear camera. Leaks concerning the smartphone’s design are nonexistent presently, which is a sign the aforementioned security measures already are in place and being followed towards the letter.