Samsung has released a second teaser video for its upcoming Galaxy S IV Android phone but it again reveals no new information about the hotly anticipated handset.

The Galaxy S IV hasn't officially been announced yet but will be unveiled on Thursday 14 March at a press event in New York. The device is one of the most hotly-anticipated Android phones of 2013 and is the successor to Samsung's popular Galaxy S III smartphone.

The company published a second video onto its YouTube account overnight under the title "Be ready 4 the next Galaxy (Part 2)."

The new video continues the story from the first trailer, showing a boy taking home his secret package presumably containing the Galaxy S IV. There is no information revealed about the handset, however.

The Samsung Galaxy S IV is widely expected to feature a 1.8GHz quad-core processor, a 4.99in Super AMOLED full HD display, and a 13-megapixel camera. It is likely to be constructed of sturdy plastic, following a similar lead set by previous Samsung Android phones like the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II.

Samsung announced in January that it had sold more than 100 million smartphones in the Galaxy series since the original Galaxy S launch in May 2010.

The second Galaxy S IV teaser video can be viewed here.

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