Samsung won’t maybe announce the Galaxy S IV on March 14, it “definitely” will, according to sources speaking with The Verge. The event will indeed be held in the U.S., though details, such as specs and carrier availability, are still being withheld.
As for the device itself, the design is supposedly a “tightly-guarded secret”—rumblings suggest much of the show-stopping breakthroughs next month will focus on software, not hardware. “‘The leap in cool new features from [Galaxy S III] to the next flagship will be bigger’ than the leap from the S II to the S III,” The Verge wrote.
And as for that Note 8.0 that seems like it’s trying to be found out, sources told The Verge that the device’s design will “foreshadow that of the Galaxy S IV.”