Rumor Has It: What we will (and won't) get in the Galaxy S4

This week, we round up all the final rumors ahead of what will probably be the launch of Samsung's next flagship phone on Thursday. Will it come in colors? Is eye-tracking a thing? Guest co-host Casey Newton weighs in.


Rumor Has It is back, and just in time for one of the hottest product releases this year.

On Thursday, Samsung is hosting an event at Radio City Music Hall in New York, where it is expected to unveil the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S4.

Of course you can't have a huge product announcement without miles and miles of rumors surrounding it, and that's where we come in.

Special guest co-host Casey Newton helps me weigh in on all the rumors: will it come in different colors? Will it include eye-tracking software? Will it be unbreakable? We won't know until Thursday when the announcement is made, but that doesn't stop us from having opinions, of course.

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