Published on February 14th, 2013 | by Gary Johnson0
Samsung Galaxy S4 production may harm Apple
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 release looks set to be the biggest smartphone launch to date as the company continues to tighten its grip on the crowded market. There are now reports that the production of the handset may harm Apple’s future plans for any new iPhone.
Reports are suggesting that Samsung will pull more of its resources away from its fierce rival Apple, as it is being claimed that it plans to produce 100 million units of the Galaxy S4. Jefferies & Company analyst Peter Misek believes that the demand on its various production lines will be that great it will reallocate resources away from Apple.
This news comes when Apple are reportedly having difficulties with the manufacturing for a larger display on the iPhone 6, which may see the device launched next year. Last month Samsung revealed it had sold over forty million units of the Galaxy S3, and this time around the new model is expected to prove even more successful.
The handset is expected to feature a 4.99-inch Full HD display powered by the new Exynos 5 Octa eight core processor. There have been numerous rumours the device will come sporting a range of new software features that include gesture controls, and an April release is being suggested.
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