The Samsung Galaxy S4 is already fading from prominence. It was a nice ride, but now that the Galaxy Note III and other phones already stealing its thunder, it’s time for Samsung to focus on its next fling. In fact, it is reportedly already on schedule to begin mass production.
Korean outlet ETnews is reporting that Samsung is well underway to mass produce the Samsung Galaxy S5, the next up in the company’s popular flagship series. With the mass production said to be beginning in January, the release could come as early as next March or April, the report suggests.
The phone is expected to sport similar specs as the Galaxy Note III with a Snapdragon 800 processor and 3GB of RAM. Of course, it will be a bit more easy to wield like a normal sized smartphone.
Not one to back down either, Samsung is said to be also set to release a new generation Galaxy Gear smartwatches alongside the new phone, defiantly fighting the gadgets perceived image of being a failure.