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Samsung Galaxy S 4 Value Edition And Galaxy Tab 4 Allegedly Confirmed

February 10, 2014 - Written By Justin Diaz

If you didn’t think there was enough versions of the Galaxy S 4 already floating around out in the wild for consumer purchase, then it’s your lucky day because apparently Samsung has confirmed a new variant of the current Flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Value Edition. This new variant of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 sounds like it will be aimed at a more price conscious group of consumers who are looking to get a decent device without having to shell out the load of cash it takes to get their hands on a Galaxy S 4. According to Sammobile, and Chinese social site Weibo, the Galaxy S 4 Value Edition is coming and it will come in just about every flavor you could want. When I say flavor I’m speaking of color options, for those who have been unsatisfied with the previous color options available for the Galaxy S 4 original and the Galaxy S 3.

There are reportedly seven different total color options, and they will be Blue, White, Purple, Black, Red, Brown and Pink. That’s a whole lot of choice for colors if you like to have something that’s a little different from what everyone else has without having to throw on a custom case. As for the Galaxy Tab4, there aren’t as many choices as it is only supposed to be available in two colors, which are Ebony Black and Cream White. Sure they don’t sound as fun as the colors for Galaxy S 4 Value Edition but they’re certainly more traditional and will probably look a little more sleek. While it’s always nice to know about upcoming new devices from the current biggest Android manufacturer, information is always better when it’s about something like the next upcoming flagship device. For example, the Galaxy S 5. Some information has just leaked out that the S 5 will come in three different storage options, giving user the choice of picking a phone with either 16, 32, or 64GB of storage space to fit their needs. The same leaked set of information suggests the standard White and Black colors for the device just like with the Note 3. All of this information is still part of a speculative category, so until we hear or see any of it directly from Samsung, it’s safe to be a tad bit skeptical. Although it’s still good to reserve judgement till we know more details.