Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and Galaxy Watch could be in the pipeline

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It is believed that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is being developed under the code name Project J, but apparently the project is not only to cover the firm’s smartphone next badge.
According to the folks over at SamMobile, J project actually consists of three devices, with the flagship Galaxy S4 (also referred to as GT-I9500 or Altius) linked by the Project and Project J J Mini asset.
The J Project Mini or Samsung Serrano is calling, looks set to. S4 Galaxy Mini will be following in the footsteps of the Mini Galaxy S3 Things get a little more interesting when you look at the assets of the Project J (or Fortius, if you prefer), which appears to be a slightly different device with accessories like a Armband support of cycling, and the bag in the list.
This has lead people to speculate that Samsung may be working on a piece of notebook technology, possibly to rival the rumored Apple iWatch.
Of course it could be just another phone difficult to follow from the Xcover Galaxy 2, and apparently active J project has not been finalized yet unlike the others that have already been given the green light. The Korean version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 supposedly has appeared in more than one test GLBenchmarks reference.
According to the results for a handset is on the model ID SHV-E300S, which out performs the Galaxy S3, Nexus 4 and HTC butterfly during tests off the screen, while only 4 sale best Nexus from screen reference points.
We’re not getting too much with any of these reports, and it is unclear whether the information comes J Project and landmarks can be easily falsified.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 release date is thought to be scheduled for May, so we’ll have to wait a couple of months before starting to receive anything official from the Korean company.

via TechRadar

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