Samsung will sell its upcoming Galaxy S IV Android phone in six different variants, according to new rumours published by US blog Sammobile.
The Galaxy S IV hasn't officially been announced yet but will be unveiled on Thursday 14 March at a press event in New York. The device is one of the most hotly-anticipated Android phones of 2013 and is the successor to Samsung's popular Galaxy S III smartphone.
According to an "insider" source not revealed by Sammobile, the Galaxy S IV will come in six different variants. The device will be sold in white and black models with 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions, expected to be as follows:
GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 16 GB (White)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 32 GB (White)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 64 GB (White)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 16 GB (Black)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 32 GB (Black)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 64 GB (Black)
Sammobile also claims the model number of the device is likely to be GT-I9500, though a GT-I9505 model may be used in various other markets depending on whether or not LTE connectivity is used.
Despite the rumour of a 64GB model, the Galaxy S IV is expected to come with a microSD card slot for memory expansion.
While there has been minimal leaks and rumours of the Galaxy S IV's specifications, the device is widely expected to feature an Exynos 5 Octa (8-core) processor, a 4.99in Super AMOLED full HD display, and a 13-megapixel camera.
Samsung announced in January that it had sold more than 100 million smartphones in the Galaxy series since the original Galaxy S launch in May 2010.
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