The Samsung Galaxy S4 is close to hitting retail and we are already seeing some big predictions regarding the demand for Samsung's newest flagship smartphone.
According to DigiTimes, supply chain is predicting shipments of around 10 million units in the first month itself, with close to 30 million for the second quarter of 2013. The phone will be launched in 50 countries worldwide by the end of April.
For most other brands, shipment numbers might not be that relevant but considering the demand for Samsung's Galaxy smartphones in recent times it's quite likely the company will end up depleting the first shipments in record time.
Unlike HTC, which is currently having supply issues for its One, Samsung is said to be in a relatively comfortable position it manufactures most of the components used in its smartphones. Samsung could also move its manufacturing process to one of its other facilities around the world, particularly in China or Vietnam if the tension in Korea rises further.
Why do people get so opinionated re phones? You like the phone buy iy you don't then get what you like. Simples!!!
Talking smooth, apple always first leading and this couldn't deny. But Sony n HTC is much better than Samsung without much lagging. Even though Samsung having higher spec but still lag....so what the crap having so many crap core...to be honest, Sams...
plah plah plah. I own the note 2 and i doesn't out perform my ppl Iphone 5 even though with quad core and i bet that Iphone 5s going to have a 100 times better camera and 100 times better performance than toy S4.