Galaxy S4 with 4G LTE-Advanced technology expected in South Korea
Rumors for the upcoming new variant of Samsung Galaxy S4 with LTE-Advanced support are now officially confirmed by the company. The new handset will be released in South Korea. There are many special things about the upcoming new device. For instance, it will support the 4G LTE-Advanced technology that will assure the fastest internet and data transmission you have seen on a mobile device. The new Galaxy S4 will work with Qualcomm chips under the hood. Everything shows that this new variant of the device will be blazing fast.
The recent negative reports by financial analyst houses about forecast for the sales of Galaxy S4 influenced the company. According to Shin, the co-chief executive of Samsung, Galaxy S4 shows strong sales with better results than Galaxy S3 the previous year. The new variant of the phone with the LTE-Advanced 4G technology is expected to draw more mobile users to Samsung. There is no exact information about the price of the new smartphone; however it is expected to sell at slightly higher price rates compared to the original handset.
The new strategies of Samsung in order to keep the margin growth include the addition of different hardware improvements in the devices, like a faster data transmission and to release devices with flexible or unbreakable screens.
Shin made an announcement about the growing numbers of the sales of Samsung’s tablets on the US markets. The next logical step for the company will be to introduce the devices in countries in South America and in the UK.
The flourishing trend of the integrating of the 4G LTE technology in devices already influences the strategies applied by the biggest manufacturers on the market. However many carriers in most of the countries worldwide are struggling to provide the high tech services and to satisfy the demand of customers. We expect that this will change soon with the booming of this trend. In some countries like China, the biggest mobile operators are planning to invest more than $55 billion a year in upgrades of their networks in order to provide the 4G LTE for their customers.