January 14, 2013 | by Natesh Sood
The Galaxy S line of smartphones by Samsung is clearly doing well, but many of us have begun to look towards the future in which we firmly expect Samsung to dazzle us with the Samsung Galaxy S IV. At CES 2013, Samsung was predictably tight-lipped about the potential for a fourth-generation Galaxy S smartphone. However, an image was snapped of a Samsung roadmap that describes the evolution of its displays leading up to a 1080p display.
Many new flagship smartphones are currently being launched with a 1080p display, so it makes sense for Samsung to pursue this line of technology in its upcoming flagship Galaxy S IV smartphone. Now, the roadmap mentions the smartphone will launch with a 4.99 inch 1080p display with a 440PPI. In terms of availability, it is said to launch in Q1 of 2013. With this in mind, we will keep our eyes and ears alert for any sort of indication from Samsung that the GS4 might be coming.
Stay tuned, folks!