Feb. 25, 2013 at 10:39 AM ET
"Ready 4 the show," an invitation sent to members of the press teases, blatantly hinting that we'll be seeing the Galaxy S 4 — the highly anticipated follow-up to the Galaxy S III smartphone — at the event being held by Samsung on March 14.
The event will take place in New York City at 7 p.m. ET. (We'll be there to cover it live, of course.)
The Galaxy S 4 — we're assuming by the big "4" that the only change to Samsung's incredibly consistent naming approach will be to drop the Roman numerals — will be the company's newest flagship device.
A poster spotted by AnandTech's Brian Klug during a visit to Samsung's demo room at the Consumer Electronics Show in early January suggests that the Galaxy S 4 could be rocking a 4.99-inch 1080p screen with a whopping 440 pixels per inch. While the iPhone 5 offers the significantly less dense 326 ppi, it's worth noting that it's practically impossible for human eyes to tell the difference. After a certain point, the individual pixels simply become indistinguishable.
That's about all we know (or think we know) about the Galaxy S 4 for now, so Samsung could have plenty of surprises waiting up its sleeves come March 14.
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