Earlier this week, Samsung revealed that the unveiling of its next flagship Android smartphone will take place in New York City on March 14. The Korean company invited people to "come and meet the next galaxy," implying that the event will be the unveiling of the Galaxy S IV, which has been rumored for some time.
Today, Samsung has followed up on its announcement with another invitation. This time, the company is inviting people to come to Times Square on March 14. A new invitation, seen below, was posted to the Samsung Facebook page. The message "be ready 4 the next galaxy" isn't too subtle in indicating that the Galaxy S IV is coming.
People are invited to come to Times Square at 7 pm on March 14 to "experience Samsung's new flagship smartphone at Times Square." It's unclear whether the actual devices will be shown off at the location (and, if so, whether people will be able to actually hold one or turn it on), or whether the Samsung announcement will simply be streamed live at the location.
Everyone who isn't a New Yorker, or who doesn't want to stand out in the cold for a look at a smartphone that won't be available for weeks, the Samsung presentation will be streamed live on the SamsungMobile YouTube channel.