Samsung is set to unveil its Galaxy S4 in under a week's time and the V3 office is eagerly awaiting the announcement to see what innovations the South Korean firm has packed into its latest flagship device.
The S3 launch last year saw a host of new features such as smart eye technology that sensed when you stopped reading the screen and facial-recognition screen unlocking processes that all set the bar for smartphone makers the world over.
This helped Samsung rack up million in sales and help it emerge as the key challenger to Apple's smartphone dominance.
10. A reasonably sized screen
We're huge fans of the 4.8in screen on the Galaxy S3. It's small enough to sit comfortably in the hand, while proving large enough for comfortable video playback and gaming.
However, given that this year's Mobile World Congress was dominated by phones with 5in+ displays Samsung is probably plotting a move in the same direction.
Speculation suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will features a 5in screen, which wouldn't be too bad - especially if it comes with the 1080p HD resolution that online chatter is pointing towards.
However, any bigger than that and the S4 will be edging on Galaxy Note territory, and may not appeal to those looking to upgrade from the Galaxy S2 or S3 handsets.
We'd like to see the Samsung Galaxy S4 arrive with a similar screen to the S3 - let's say 4.8in - but given the above we're guessing this wish isn't going to get granted, we'll have to wait and see.
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