Samsung Galaxy S4 launching alongside Galaxy S4 Mini in April 2013

Rumors suggest the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S4 Mini will be launched together in April 2013,

The latest rumours suggest the Galaxy S4 will be very similar to the S3 in terms of design, with a launch in March.

With a a 5-inch full HD 1920×1080 pixel display, running on Android 4.2 and featuring a 13-megapixel camera, the Samsung Galaxy S4 looks like a worthy step up from the highly popular Samsung Galaxy S3.

The Samsung Galaxy S4, if Benchmarks are to be believed, stacks up amazingly well against other high profile Android devices such as the Nexus 4, HTC Butterfly and of course the Samsung Galaxy S3.

The benchmarks show the Galaxy S4 as using a Qualcomm S4 chipset rather than the rumoured Samsung Exynos setup, although this device is thought to be a South Korean varient of the handset.

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini: A Specifications Review 2013

Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini: A Specifications Review

OS – Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
Cellular network – Dual SIM GSM and 3G 
Display – 4-inch Super AMOLED 
Form factor and weight – Old hat, a bit fat but not heavy
Wi-Fi – Packed to the rafters
SoC – NovaThor U8420 1GHz dual-core Cortex-A9 with Mali-400 GPU
Storage – 16 or 32GB onboard with space for expansion
Primary camera – 5 megapixels with LED flash
Front-facing camera – VGA resolution
Sensors – Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
GPS – Comes with A-GPS and GLONASS
Battery – 1500mAh battery
The bottom line

Is Samsung Galaxy S4 Worth the Wait?

If rumors are to be believed, April 2013 will mark the launch of an important event in the smartphone world and Samsung will supposedly add another star in its Galaxy range of smartphones. Samsung Galaxy S4 has already created much buzz in the internet and Samsung is expecting ground breaking sales records with an average monthly orders as high as 10 million. Samsung already took the smartphone world by storm with its Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 that were both released in May and September 2012 respectively. 2012 also experienced the launch of the behemoth Nokia Lumia 920, the sleek iPhone 5, the mighty Nexus 4, and the HTC 8X. With so many options presently available in the market, the big question that you might be asking to yourself now is whether Samsung Galaxy S4 worth waiting for. We are here to help you overcome this dilemma and why you should rather wait for the Next Big Thing. 
First things first, Samsung Galaxy S4 will come with major upgrades in terms of appearance and will possess a pixel rich screen that will be high on touch sensitivity. Recent sales records prove that customers enjoy phones with bigger and brighter screens and therefore Samsung has decided to launch S4 with a 4.99 inch Super AMOLED display with a ground breaking full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. With such screen dynamics you will experience a screen that is so detailed that your eye won’t be able to trace individual pixels. Samsung Galaxy S4 camera will face major upgrades as well and it is rumored to have a 13 megapixel rear and 2 megapixel front facing camera. It will also come with NFC and wireless charging abilities and have the latest Aneroid OS. Although its storage will be similar to that of S3 with 2 GB of RAM. With such upgrades the Samsung Galaxy S4 will undoubtedly become the best smartphone of its time and is therefore worth waiting for. 

Why Apple the iPhone 5 fails in Asia

Although the success story of apple is sung by many the firm still couldn’t understand the Asian market and its customers. If rumors are to be believed the latest apple product, the iPhone 5 did poor business in major Asian markets of China, India, and Korea. While there are many speculations about the exact reason behind this conundrum, we bring to you some simple facts that will justify the situation better. First and foremost price plays an important role in Asian markets. It’s practically impossible for a majority of Asian population to spend a whopping sums of money on phones and gadgets where much cheaper versions are available. Secondly availability of substitutes also plays a big game in determining the market position of apple in Asia. Many Asian mobile phone manufactures designs and develops phones that are similar in comparison to that of apple in every aspect but are much lower in price. Asia is also the home land for one of the biggest contenders of apple in terms of market share which is none other than the mighty Samsung which is a major hit among Asian customers for its quality and competitive pricing