4G network support will be on board the UK edition of the Samsung Galaxy S4, a pre-release handset page launched by one of the nation’s largest retailers reveals.
The Phones 4u page, which offers would-be buyers the chance to sign up for notifications about the soon-to-land handset, also features a tickbox asking punters whether they’d be ‘interested in 4G’.
Now it may be that Phones 4u is merely trying to gauge its customers’ interest in 4G in general and not whether they’re interested in buying the Samsung Galaxy S4 on a 4G contract.
But as the Inquirer points out, the presence of the question seems very much like the retailer has inadvertently let slip that 4G will be a feature of the handset when it lands in our fair isles.
This had recently been called into question in some quarters – not by us, though - earlier this month when reports surfaced claiming that 3G-only editions of the smartphone would be sold in select territories.
Fresh evidence of Samsung’s plans for its flagship phone come days ahead of the S4’s official unveiling on March 14th.
The S4's feature set is purported to take in a floating touch-free interface, eye motion-sensitive controls and a larger five-inch AMOLED HD screen.
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