Samsung Galaxy S4 whith Snapdragon 800 need a be:
1.Memory.- 3gb Ram
2.Chipset.- Snapdragon 800
3.CPU.- 2.3Ghz krait 400
4.GPU.- Adreno 330
6.Cover.- Carbon Fiber
O.o, 01 Jul 2013everybody has their own favorite phone..instead of flamming and arguing abt which phone is goo... moreI like the way you think. My friends & family all have the own taste in phones as do I and we could care less so long as we can communicate with each other that's all that matters.
everybody has their own favorite phone..instead of flamming and arguing abt which phone is good or bad..why dont you guys just enjoy with ur phone..
pls ppl..get a life!!!!
WOW!! what an ugly phone..
cmon sammy.. dont think ppl are dump.. Premium phones in such ugly dress
r1che, 27 Jun 2013hi as an sgs4 owner i think samsung need to be very careful with all the new versions of sgs4... moreNow i know why samsung sales their crapp. With this kind af clients, i would make money only if i would sell some drowings with s4. Geez, get a life people
'faster than conventional LTE'.
Conventional my ass. My i9500 doesn't even support LTE.
Its like 469 ppi of HTC One,,,anything more than 441 ppi is not detectable by human eyes,,,so 800 or 600,,who cares? both are beast..
Anonymous, 26 Jun 2013Samsung strategy is to copy, copy, copy, and brainwashing people. I cant even look at this pho... moreWow... so much hate there... Actually, S4 is a stunning phone to look at, especially the front with that gorgeous screen. It just feels too plasticky when held, and if you know that it's plastic, it starts to become ugly, too. But it's not that bad, and it's the most durable phone lately, other than Sony's crazy phones which feels like a brick. It's beautiful, yes, but illogical. Samsung's name itself is enough, anyway, even if it's ugly.
Samsung Fan, 26 Jun 2013I've owned S2,Note2 and S4. S4 is not as smooth as Note2 eventhough it comes with exynos octa ... moreExynos 5 is new, wait a few months for it to mature. There's still a lot of bugs there... I think that in theory, it's faster than the S600, but the S600 is faster in real-life usage
It doesn't matter that my operator (I'm in UK) hasn't upgraded to LTE-A yet or won't in the next 3 months. If I buy a phone I intend to keep it for at least 2 years, which means my operator WILL upgrade to LTE-A far before the end of my usage cycle.
At the end of the day, with the market flooded with alternative form factors with bigger screens and cooler graphics, the network compatibility is back to being the most important feature of a mere "small" smartphone: it's the only reason why I want to upgrade from my current S2.
I totally understand why they won't sell it outside of SK, I'm not ranting or anything - there's probably no business case for it. But here's a fact: I won't upgrade my phone yet, although I really want the current LTE, because I'll wait for this phone or equivalent to be available here. First on the market here with a good phone with LTE-A gets my money, let it be known!!
hi as an sgs4 owner i think samsung need to be very careful with all the new
versions of sgs4 that are poping up
come next year with the release of the sgs 5 alot of people will hold of buying in fear of do i buy now or wait a few weeks for an even faster/better one to come out? i for one will wait at least 4months now after release of sgs5 next year
I like the blue S4, Im Ok without LTE advance but cant resist S800 processor....
this model will only be released in a very few counties which LTE-A active countries... so buying the s600 still a good choice if your country just had LTE or underway... carrier upgrades wont happen anytime soon
Aqualung, 26 Jun 2013Yeah, I don't even have simple/regular LTE in town, let alone LTE-Advanced...No LTE for me either nearest is about 80 miles away and its very patchy their..