As wireless centric event Mobile World Congress reaches near, Samsung is now looking all set to announce launch of much hyped super smartphone Galaxy S4.
However, as was done in the launch of Galaxy S3, it is likely that Samsung will not launch the Galaxy S4 during the Mobile World Congress (MWC). The logic is media is more focused on countless new innovations and products launched during the event, making it difficult for any manufacturers to grab full attention of users and media.
MWC will be held in last week of February in Spain where it is expected that Samsung will announce launching date of Galaxy S4.
According to CNET news, over the years Microsoft and Samsung have drastically reduced their appearance in trade shows following footprints of Apple.
The reason is that a solo event gives much more media and users attention than launching a product in such a trade event.
Samsung’s flagship device Galaxy S3 was launched in May last year just before a mega tech event CTIA wireless conference.
Becoming a real competitor for Apple’s iconic iPhone series, Samsung Galaxy S series has made Samsung a world leader in smartphones, at least when when we see number of devices sold.
A recent post of The News Tribe has already hinted at a higher price for Galaxy S4 smartphone due to some changes in roll out strategy.
Source – Thenewstribe