We are officially 10 days away from the unveiling of the Galaxy S4, and Samsung is gently reminding everyone of that fact with a good, ol' fashioned teaser video.
The video, which was uploaded to YouTube early Monday morning (or late Sunday night, depending on your sleeping habits), depicts a little boy named Jeremy Maxwell who will apparently be the man to officially "unpack" the Galaxy S4 on March 14, at a Samsung event in New York City.
Until then: Prepare yourself for a Jeremy Maxwell YouTube saga, in which the Samsung's chosen one attempts to keep the Galaxy S4 secret from a neighborhood girl. BEHOLD, the Samsung Galaxy S4 teaser video:
Again, Samsung is holding an event in New York on March 14 to unveil its fourth Galaxy S phone, the followup to the popular Galaxy S3. The S4 is rumored to feature an improved display and camera, the latest version of Android Jelly Bean and a super-fast processor. TechRadar has combined all the Galaxy S4 rumors into a single page, which you can view here.
HuffPost will be live at the event giving you all the update on the GS4; until then, keep your eyes tuned to our page, and perhaps to Samsung's YouTube feed, where the smartphone giant will presumably be revealing more details as the week goes on.