Some years back at least in some of the Asian countries Samsung was never embraced by the people due to its less innovative designs and technology. Until, the first iPhone came in the market and the South Korean company somehow decided to follow, or to copy, what Apple had achieved.
Since then Samsung has been “blatantly copying” the innovative technology of Apple products. A recent ad from Samsung after the release of iPhone 5 clearly expressed company’s malice for Apple as the latter company has given the Galaxy maker tough times in the courtrooms as well as in the consumer market.
It has been rumored that to keep exerting pressure on iPhones, in recent case the iPhone 5, Samsung has set its eyes on the Mobile World Congress of 2013 to unveil the Galaxy S4. The handset is expected to feature a larger screen of 5inch than of its predecessor, and company’s own engineered quad-core Exynos chips.
Galaxy S4 is also whispered to have a flexible OLED, 4G, a rear camera of 13 Megapixels, and of course it can only run Android.
A March release of this unofficially announced handset is on the way after MWC 2013 in February. How far Samsung is going to chase the success of iPhone 5 as AT&T has already declared that it sold the record of an iPhone this weekend Apple has ever produced.