Samsung has officially confirmed that it is working on a Snapdragon 800 based Galaxy S4 variant, carrying the model number SHV-E330S. Today we also got a manual uploaded a bit prematurely to give us more details about what the device will be like.
The chipset is obviously new – Qualcomm MSM8974 with four Krait 400 CPU cores (clockspeed is unknown but we've seen benchmarks at 2.3GHz), Adreno 330 GPU and LTE-Advanced connectivity.
The rest seems to be identical – a 5" 1080p Super AMOLED display, the phone measures 136.6 x 69.8 x 7.9 mm and weighs 131g, there's a 2,600mAh battery inside and all the other features the current I9505 Galaxy S4 has (plus a T-DMB antenna as this is a manual for the Korean version).
Samsung will be livestreaming its Galaxy & Ativ event this evening in London (starting at 19:00 BST), so there's a chance we'll see a proper announcement of the new Galaxy S4 as soon as today.
Thanks to Vlad Andrici for sending this in!
LCD is not sharper than Amoled. That specific Amoled used a pentile matrix. And the difference is not noticeable in 90% of the scenario without close inspection of detail. Not to mention you completely ignored everything I pointed out about contras...
True HD IPS is a lot sharper than the amoled.
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