It is not the first time that we hear rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S III successor – the Galaxy S4. More and more information is coming out and today we have a fresh dose of rumors about the latest Samsung creation. It is now almost certain that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is being worked on, and it probably has already a working name – Project J. Some sources hits that Samsung might be introducing the Samsung Galaxy S4 as soon as April next year, which would mark 11 months since the launch of the Galaxy S III.
Another proof that the Galaxy S4 might be on its way is a mysterious device with the model number GT-I9400 appearing on the NenaMark2 site. Judging by this model number, we can assume that this indeed is the Galaxy S4. Following the Galaxy lineup the original first Galaxy S is the GT-I9000, the Galaxy S II is the GT-I9100, and the Galaxy S III is the GT-I9300, so it seems like a reasonable guess that the Galaxy S4 would be the GT-I9400.
On the other hand, some doubts are raised by the the phone rather mediocre specs like a screen with WVGA resolution, and 1.2GHz CPU with Mali-400 MP GPU. Let’s not get too disappointed. After all, these are only rumors. Other sources claim that the new Samsung’s flagship smartphone will come with a 5-inch 1080p display, quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and a 13 MP camera.