Samsung Releases The Second Episode To Its Mini Series Hyping Up The Galaxy S IV

In order to start hyping up the Samsung Galaxy S IV, the Korean company started a mini YouTube series leading up to its unveiling on March 14th at Samsung UNPACKED 2013. The series started out with a young boy, by the name of Mr. Maxwell, who had been given the job of protecting a “top secret package” containing the Galaxy S IV, until the UNPACKED 2013 event began.

The first episode ended with Maxwell running up to his bedroom trying to hide the package from a girl on a scooter. Now Samsung has released the second part to the series, that you can watch below.

Like the first video, no clues were really shared about the product besides “it’s my favorite color.” This is a good indication that the Galaxy S IV will likely come in numerous colors.

It looks like the next episode will likely shortly before the UNPACKED 2013 event as the video shows Mr. Maxwell getting ready for his “bid day.”

As mentioned previously, the Galaxy S IV has been rumored to feature a 4.99-inch HD display, with 2GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, 2.1-megapixel front-facing camera and will be running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. As for storage it is expected their will be up to 64GB of internal memory offered. Recently it has also been rumored that the Galaxy S IV will let you scroll pages using eye movements.


Samsung has definitely been on a roll with its clever marketing lately. What do you think about the Korean company’s mini series? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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  • HidariMak

    The Galaxy S3 supported the Micro SD card, and I’m hoping that the S4 will as well. Although it’s not the Jelly Bean format, I do have an Android tablet which supports downloading apps to the Micro SD card, and installing from there.

  • Carlos Sánchez

    I think they are creating a lot of expectations, if it is any less than “amazing” and “unreal” it will be a big disappointment.