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Samsung Galaxy S4 & iPhone 6 Debut 4 Months Apart, Again?

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The Samsung Galaxy S3 has been out for around 7 months now and it is still one of the most powerful and popular devices on Android OS, and it has been a worthy successor to the Galaxy S2. Of course one of their main competitors is Apple and with this in mind Samsung may be launching the Samsung Galaxy S4 as early as CES in January reports RedmondPie.

Samsung Galaxy S4 & iPhone 6 release date may keep same gap as predecessors

Samsung haven’t come right out and said they will launch the Samsung Galaxy S4 then, however the Samsung Tomorrow blog has been teasing with a post that says they are getting ready for 8th and 11th January, and of course the Consumer Electronics Show is what they are talking about. There are just two lines of text in the tease which accompanies an eighteen second video. However this doesn’t really give anything away.

This of course is by no means the first time that speculation has emerged about the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S4. It has been rumoured that it would make an appearance in January for months now. However the tease is their biggest hint to date.

At the moment we don’t know much about what we can expect from the new Samsung Galaxy S4. There have been rumours that the device will have a display that would be almost impossible to break. Perhaps consumers however would care more about the shell of the handset being more robust rather than the display. It really doesn’t matter when the device comes out as it will enjoy the same success as the Galaxy S2 and S3 have. However people cannot wait to see it.

Coincidentally, the latest iPhone 6 rumors suggest that it will be launching in June at WWDC 2013. This means just 4 months after the Samsung Galaxy S4. If you look at this year, there was also a 4 month gap between the Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 releases. Coincidence?

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