The closer the next Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is coming this year 2013, the more the rumors about the next Samsung Galaxy S IV is getting louder and spreading like wildfire. And from the latest report from Carsten Drees of MobileGeeks it shows that we have the first tangible proof of Samsung Galaxy S IV through GT-I9505. We previously gave you a sneak preview on what to expect to the next South Korean flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S IV and one of the mentioned model is GT-I9505. According to the initial report, GT-I9505 will be the LTE version of Samsung Galaxy S IV. There are 2 models that leaked out along with the aforementioned Samsung Galaxy S IV models - GT-I9500 and GT-I9505. The former model will be the generic version and the latter will be the LTE version of SGS4.
Why is GT-I9505 now considered as the first tangible proof that this is going to be next flagship smartphone from Samsung, a successor of the famous Samsung Galaxy S III? The report slipped from code of firmware for the NFC version of Samsung Galaxy S III mini. GT-I9505 came out from the list and it was thought that this will be the new Tizen version. This was confirmed by SamMobile from an interview from Jens GIGA report.
Along with this report is another model noted as GT-Q1000 which was said to be the next and new Q-series bearing a flexible display – it was said that it will be the first Samsung smartphone version.
As I always say, there will be new reports and rumors that will come out about the next Samsung Galaxy S IV flagship smartphone from Samsung. What we have already entailed might be possibly true or not but the real truth remains – Samsung Galaxy S III won’t be the last Galaxy S series.