There are two more weeks until Samsung’s event in New York City, when the company is expected to unveil the Galaxy S4. The event id going to take place on March 14th and people are invited to Times Square to witness the launch of Samsung’s next flagship smartphone.
Nevertheless, we have to wait a little more until then, and we have to deal with some new rumors about the device. We don’t know for sure the exact hardware that will be sported by the Samsung Galaxy S4, nor the color versions that it will have. However, according to Sam Mobile, the company will release the handset under two colors, white and black. Further, the phone will come in three different variants, depending on the amount of internal storage: 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. With that it mind, the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available in six variants: 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), and GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 64 GB (Black).
Of course, the information hasn’t been confirmed yet, but this was expected actually because the Galaxy S3 was also launched in two color versions namely blue and white. As for the internal storage, the Galaxy S4 will have the same amount as the Galaxy S3, and it will also have support for microSD card (up to 64GB).
Also, it might be possible to be more combinations, apart from these six if the rumors are accurate. According to previous reports, the Samsung Galaxy S4 will come with the Exynos 5 Octa, but with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600, as well. This will depend on the region where the device will be released. It seems that the US version of the smartphone will sport the Snapdragon 600, while the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be powered by the Exynos 5 Octa. Remember that the international version of the Galaxy S3 has an Exynos 4 Quad, while the one released in the United States has a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor.
Returning to the colors, the company will probably release more color options in the future, just like it did with the Galaxy Note 2 and the Galaxy S3 a few months later after the devices got launched.