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Samsung Galaxy S4 Teaser Video

Edwin Kee

Samsung’s upcoming Samsung Unpacked event at March 14th in New York City looks set to see the Galaxy S4 released then, but just what the heck is the Galaxy S4 going to look like? Sure, we have seen alleged specifications of it leaked out via an Antutu benchmark earlier this morning, but how about its physical aspects? The Galaxy S4 teaser video would help you salivate more over the upcoming flagship smartphone by building up the overall anticipation, but it did not reveal nary a bit on how it would look like.

In this Galaxy S4 teaser clip, we see a certain Jeremy, who has been hailed to be the secret messenger of Samsung Unpacked 2013, being shown what is presumably a packaged Galaxy S4, although at the end of the video, it does seem as though there was a flashlight inside the box rather than a smartphone. We would have reason to fear for the Galaxy S4 if its display is capable of carrying such a degree of brightness.

Well, to know that the Galaxy S4 is small enough to be carried around in a small box that measures 12” x 12” is no secret, as just about any other smartphone, and of course, most tablets, too, would be able to fit in such a space nicely. It does seem as though all there is left to do is to sit tight, play the patience card, and see what March 14th brings to the world. Will you be making a beeline for the Galaxy S4 when it is released, or are you still happy with your current smartphone?

Someone should perform a study to compare the numbers of current Galaxy S3 owners who jump to the Galaxy S4 against those who upgraded to the Galaxy S3 from the Galaxy S2, and see which has a higher percentage. 

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  • Uriah Romero Mar 4, 2013 Link

    Well, this was a different kind of commercial. Of course, there are plenty of rumors to keep the interest in the new Galaxy S4 up. I’m looking forward to seeing a full HD screen, since I like streaming my live and recorded shows on my phone during the commute to and from work at DISH. I have the DISH Anywhere app on my current phone, which allows me to stream my live shows anywhere I go, and I think it’d be cool watching on a higher resolution display.