Is Samsung releasing a new Galaxy phone? Experts suspect it will. Video
Is Samsung releasing a new Galaxy phone? Experts suspect it will. Video Transcript
-Expected release of the Galaxy S4 at this week's Samsung event unpacked has many hoping for a smartphone bliss. -Is there with something with like better battery life essentially. -Streaming quality, faster speed with the internet. Texting maybe more different tricks than the standard-- -Upgrades to the iPhone rival could include an 8 core processor and a 13 megapixel camera. But will otherwise be mainly software heavy. Still the Galaxy gossip mill is turning away. Some reports have been dispelled. -But I think if you're expecting to see a flexible display on the Samsung S4, you probably gonna have to keep waiting a while. That technology seems like it's just not quite ready for primetime. -Perhaps the best buzz surrounds this straight out of sci-fi nugget. -One of the rumors that's popped up is that Samsung is going to be doing things around eye tracking. So look down as you're reading through webpage and the page will scroll automatically. -Samsung is fueling the Hype 2. -Totally thumb-shaking. -Samsung does of course has a huge budget so they can advertise, advertise, advertise as much as they want and they have to-- they can't compete with Apple that way. -That doesn't necessarily mean the top-of-the-line Android phone even whether it's generously size screen and customizable features can continue to steal iPhone market share. This two-horse raise will probably run a few more laps. In San Francisco, I'm Sumi Das, cnet.com for CBS News.
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