Galaxy S IV, supposedly the next flagship Android device from Samsung, is expected to arrive on shelves sometime in April, new reports suggest.
The smartphone has been said to have been pegged for an April launch before, and it seems that things are slowly being confirmed.
Leaked documents that have emerged over at Phone Arena suggest that Galaxy S IV might arrive on shelves on New Zeeland in the week after April 8 (when a promotion at a local retailer ends).
Furthermore, the device is rumored to be expected in the UK in the third week of April, although no official announcement on the matter has been made so far.
Some of the latest rumors on Samsung’s next flagship Android device have also suggested that it might be officially unveiled on March 22, during an Unpacked event that Samsung plans for the US.