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Hints of Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and iWatch wannabe

With the 2013 Mobile World Congress just around the corner the rumors of new handsets is certainly moving up into a higher gear now. However, if you were hoping for Samsung to announce a new flagship handset, then you might have to wait until the following month during their Unpacked event.

We already know (well surmise) that they will announce the successor to the S3, but we are now hearing that there could be several other products making an appearance as well, the Galaxy S4 Mini and an iWatch type device being just two of them.

There are three devices rumored, all of which is said to form part of the project J line. If we are to believe this rumor then the first could be the full size Samsung Galaxy S4, the second the Galaxy S4 Mini and the third an Apple iWatch wannabe.

SamMobile is pretty confidant that the rumor is true and that the S4 and the Mini are all but confirmed. Having already reported so much in regards to the flagship Galaxy smartphone, it’s great to hear that there might be a Mini version, which could be released alongside its larger sibling. However, it’s worth noting that if true then the small handset will lack a wireless charging dock.

The rumored Galaxy S Watch has come out of nowhere, and we have to wonder if this has just been made up because the publicity that Apple has been getting for their supposed iWatch device?

There are no specs details for the S4 Mini or the S Watch, but we’re sure over the next few days and weeks we will learn more — if true.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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