By Shailesh Shrivastava email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Mar 10, 2013 05:28 AM EDT
People who are fans of Samsung and Google-Motorola products like Samsung Galaxy S4 and Motorola X phone, the coming week starting from March 10 is going to be a big one . A couple of days in the week are very important as one day is going to give them an opportunity to have a look at a much-awaited Samsung product whereas the second day will be opening gates for their entry into Google's biggest event.
If you are still wondering about the dates and the events, mark March 13 and 14 in your scheduler so you don't miss them.
Let's talk about March 13 first. The registrations for Google's three-day event, Google I/O, are going to open on Wednesday, and many have been waiting for the 'Registration' option on the official Google I/O website to go live.
This year's Google I/O will be held from May 15-17 at Moscone West in San Francisco, and the event is already very much in tech rumors because of Google-Motorola's rumored X phone.
The Motorola X phone is rumored to coming with Google developed Android's latest version Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. Apart from this, the phone is already dubbed the 'super phone' that can fight the popularity of Apple's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy smartphones single-handedly.
If you are looking forward to register for this year's Google I/O, all you need to have are a Google+ account and a Google Wallet to pay the registration fees.
The registration fee for general attendees is $900 per person while for Academic attendees like students and faculties the fee is $300.
The fans of Android will get another boost on March 14 when Samsung will unveil something really big in New York.
Although, Samsung has not confirmed so far that it is going to release the successor of its Galaxy S3 smartphone, tech pundits have already figured it out the Samsung Galaxy S4 is going to come out from the box on Thursday.
Recent rumors have put almost everything about the phone in question starting from the processor to the display. Earlier rumors speculated that Samsung might shift to a different operating system (OS) for the new device and drop Android, but it is almost confirmed that the South Korean company will stick to Google's Android for Samsung Galaxy S4 at least.
There were also rumors about the version of Android Galaxy S4 going to run out of the box and many were of the opinion that Google will launch the latest version Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie with Android project's biggest supporter - Samsung. However, the phone is, most probably, going to run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
If you are looking for these two big events, don't forget to mark these two consecutive days in your scheduler and keep its ringer loud so you don't miss the dates.
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