With just three days to go until the unveiling for the Galaxy S4, Samsung fans will have to decide if they would want to go ahead and purchase the latest flagship handset, or if the hardware is not for them and would rather wait a few more months until the Note 3 sees its debut.
The launch event for the Galaxy S4 is taking place in New York this year and Samsung fans seem optimistic that they will get to learn about the US version, along with which carriers will carry the device. Last year the Unpacked event took place in London, and saw the S3 being launched in the UK first, so it is the understanding that the US will either get their hands on the S4 before the UK and the rest of Europe or at the same time.
Samsung devotees have been getting rather excited when looking over some of the latest predictions in regards to the Galaxy S4. Having already discussed this smartphone on several occasions, such as its display, processor and other specs, we have to wonder whom out of all the US carriers will launch theirs first, and if potential customers will be put off by Verizon’s usual over the top branding.
Previous Unpacked events have also seen the Galaxy Note range mentioned, so there is also the possibility that the Note 3 could be shown at the event. If this were the case in a few days then Samsung will be in a very strong position, although they have already made huge strides over the past year.
Those of you waiting in anticipation for the release of the Galaxy Note 3 will not only be wondering what kind of performance bump there will be, but also how much larger the display will be. However, some owners of the current model will be happy to stick with the current size, although a slight increase would make it far more appealing when compared to the Galaxy S4, as this is also expected to see a boost in display size.
Like the current models, users will need to take several factors into consideration with the Galaxy S4 and Note 3. If you use a handset more for making calls, and browsing the web then the former would be the better choice. Then again, if you make calls, but also find yourself needing to use your handset for sending emails, editing images and also playing games then the latter would have to be the better choice.
On March 14, 2013 some of your questions will be answered, only then will you be able to make your choice between the two, but that’s only if the new phablet is mentioned.
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