Late last night, reps for Samsung started to confirm to the press that their next flagship device would indeed be unveiled in the U.S. at an Unpacked event in New York on March 14. This morning, they posted a public press release through their Twitter account, officially inviting you all to join in on the fun. The event will be streamed live on YouTube, so that the world can see the new Galaxy, likely to be named the Galaxy S4.
Samsung just announced their October 11 “Unpacked” event for CTIA, which has us wondering what could be in store. They already announced the Samsung Note and Galaxy Tab 7.7 at IFA just a month ago, so what could be next? Well, let’s think about the timing. We know that Ice Cream Sandwich is due some time in October. We know that there are rumors of the new Nexus device, possibly the Galaxy Nexus, that could be out by the end of October or early November. Or maybe they will announce this other Verizon Sammie device that everyone wants to refer to as the DROID Prime, which they think will just be a SGS2 variant? A lot of questions that we will see answered next month in person.
Thoughts? Would you rather have the Galaxy Nexus or a Verizon SGS2 variant? (That a dumb question?)