We’re inching ever closer to the launch of Samsung’s next generation flagship Android phone, the Galaxy S4, and as we do, new details seem to be emerging at a steady pace. As we know, one size doesn’t fit all and this same concept applies to mobile phones. Let’s face it, some need more capacity while others are satisfied with less. And, do we really want to look at color, with everyone having their own two bits as to what color options there should be.
Samsung is looking to be as flexible as possible when it comes to the Galaxy S IV. As we know, the more people that the South Korean company can cater to, the more sales in turn this will result in. It appears that when it comes to storage capacity, the Galaxy S4 will be available in three options. Customers can choose between either 16GB, 32GB or a 64GB configuration phone. While each of these handsets should have more then enough to meet the basic requirements for an average user, those power users that require just a little more are able to augment their handset with additional storage as the S4 will still have a microSD card slot. In total, users can bump up their device to a total capacity of 128GB. On the color front, users will have a selection of either black or white.
The official unveiling of the Galaxy S4 is expected to take place on March 14th in New York city.