Even as the March 14 launch of the Galaxy S4 nears, the rumor mill is still busy churning out more nuggets of wisdom and details regarding the impending smartphone. Word's on the street that Samsung will offer the Galaxy S4 in six variants.
According to a SamMobile report, the Galaxy S4 will come in two hues — black and white — and will retail in six different variants.
"The new Galaxy S IV comes in 2 colors in the first place, White and black. Samsung wants to sell the Galaxy S IV in 6 variants," reported SamMobile.
Previous rumors too have pointed to three storage options for the Galaxy S4: 16/32/64GB, and the recent report seems to evidence the same. The rumored breakdown of the Galaxy S4 is as follows:
GT-I9500 Galaxy S4 16 GB (White)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S4 32 GB (White)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S4 64 GB (White)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S4 16 GB (Black)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S4 32 GB (Black)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S4 64 GB (Black)
If the rumor comes to fruition, then Samsung would be dumping the Pebble Blue avatar in favor of a black color option. Currently, its predecessor Galaxy S3 retails in Marble White, Pebble Blue, Garnet Red, Amber Brown, Titanium Gray, Sapphire Black and Martian Pink. However, the color availability is region and market specific.
Additionally, rumors have also hinted that Samsung would deploy a Snapdragon 600 processor and in the U.S. version of the Galaxy S4, whereas the international variant would feature the much-touted Exynos 5 Octa-core processor. However, per SamMobile's sources, Samsung is likely to use Snapdragon instead of Exynos for the Galaxy S4.
Come March 14, all eyes will be on the Korean smartphone market leader as it gears up to unleash the Galaxy S4 to the world.