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Samsung I9506 Galaxy S4 with Snapdragon 800 surfaces

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Samsung I9506 Galaxy S4 with Snapdragon 800 surfaces - read the full textSamsung Galaxy S4 is currently available in two variants internationally - with Snapdragon 600 and Exynos 5 Octa internals. There's another version, the Galaxy S4 LTE-A, which launched in South Korea with a Snapdragon 800 chipset and LTE-Advanced connectivity. Leaked AnTuTu benchmarks point to...


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> In reply to pipo @ 2013-08-15 01:24 from mTnr - click to readyou're Wrong because a true businessman use only android it's clear u are iphone fanboy

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  • 2013-11-28 08:41
  • 001a

> In reply to MobileGenius @ 2013-07-19 13:37 from dW7B - click to read"I am a business man and i have the iPhone 5 32GB and Samsung Galaxy s4"

Real business people don't use iphones. They use Nokia Symbian devices with true onboard 2-way call recording, local private data syncing and most importantly. Best call quality and reception which is the most important part of phone!

As for Samsung. They have no clue wtf they're doing. They just dumb ANY shit under the galaxy name and hope that one sticks. They are completely degrading the galaxy moniker with so many variants both cheap crappy and high-end and beyond. That it's becoming a fucking joke! If it wasn't for the fact that the other players are even MORE stupid, by stubbornly negating microSD-card slots and removable batteries as per consumer's whishes, they'd be gone long time ago. But they got those 2 things right which became the base of their success. Because lets be honest a cheap looking plastic phone for +800 euros???! Come on!

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  • 2013-08-15 01:24
  • mTnr

> In reply to item @ 2013-07-20 11:25 from CjgT - click to readNope. Not necessarily. Some products can be restricted to regions by perceived demand or marketing/sales strategy in that area, or cost/legislation even of differently specified items. Maybe they can only produce limited numbers of one type and they decide to keep those for home markets.

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  • 2013-08-02 01:32
  • ms8n

> In reply to tony.stark @ 2013-07-20 10:04 from XuwM - click to readNo. You said stock. It did not have those stock. For 3rd party Android had them too. It also took Android less time to get the software and hardware changes.
It did indeed take til after the 3GS. You need to recheck your source. That means check not just comment back saying not true.
And yes it was Froyo. Again check.
You keep negating what I said bringing up the same things and even telling me what I am telling you is wrong. Why dod you always do that? And try answering instead of ignoring or negating that question.
No I said IOS didn't and still didnt. But kept things to the the beginning. You brought up how Android no longer does in retaliation. Weather it's in the playstore now was never my point.

Again no. MMS came after the 3GS. The second Android phone had all that on top of whatever it already had. And it also had third party apps. So your point is beyond invalid. No I do not recall the name. Look it up. And For the billionth time there also was a steady growth of phones. Ones with more memory. Nice try scapegoating me as the liar. So no....IOS was not better. And even then Android gave you choice.

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  • 2013-07-23 03:05
  • 4QSR

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-07-20 03:46 from rK1U - click to readIf it becomes available in one place it will also, and naturally, become available in all places. Thats business, right?

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  • 2013-07-20 11:25
  • CjgT

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-07-20 05:29 from 4QSR - click to readi read that and answered that,iphone got apps for all of those things before android(except,MMS,i'll just answer about that,and ofcourse widgets,which is ridiculous,as i could also say that for stuff in ui of ios)...oh i see,but froyo did'nt support moving apps to sd,no android did before gingerbread....guess what? i just noticed iphone got MMS in a year with iphone 3g....not 3 as you've been saying........and no,we were talking about adobe still supporting,you are sidetracking by saying it was on playstore,the fact is,it is'nt there anymore,besides NO!!!there was no app which could enable moving apps to without moving,if there was could'nt you give it's name..don't lie to hide that android did not support app movement for 3 years,but iphone was able to do anything android could do for those 3 years(except MMS,which it got in a year,not unlike video recording on android) ios was obviously better than android for atleast 3 years.....

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  • 2013-07-20 10:04
  • XuwM

> In reply to bruce.w @ 2013-07-19 16:20 from Xur0 - click to readDid you miss "Android had all that in less than a year. A new phone, one that took video, a video recorder app, stock video player, copy and past, it always had MMS, widgets and so on."
You are still negating most of what I said. Why must you always do that?

And FB is not an excuse for that. Ummm...Adobe flash was available in play store. IOS was also out before, but it took years to get most of those things.
Android had Froyo by may 2010. That had App2SD. And again by then you had more space on more phones and you had 3rd party apps to help you do it before then. WITHOUT root. That was also when Flash became OFFICIAL.
Where are you getting this whole three years thing????
Stop negating what I am saying. This is what I mean by Apple and IOS is perceived to have been and had more than it really was.

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  • 2013-07-20 05:29
  • 4QSR

Any possibilities that it will be available in India?

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  • 2013-07-20 03:46
  • rK1U

> In reply to MobileGenius @ 2013-07-19 13:37 from dW7B - click to readGood luck doing business with your Android phone. Lol

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  • 2013-07-20 03:42
  • rK1U

In my opinion s4 came to the market too early.. When you rush, things can go sideways... Oh boy S4 proper is now coming out with the SnpD.800. Well thank GOD i followed my gut and didn't buy one.. S4 octa is a flop in way of expectations... Latest GSMarena tests say battery and benchmarks not up to SnpD.600 LTE version.. Now exynos-5 ver.2 is coming to Note.3
Guys be patient My advice either buy S5 next year which which i, believe will come with total new design or buy the Note 3

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  • 2013-07-19 23:55
  • w98}

> In reply to miko @ 2013-07-19 23:03 from gIFH - click to readyeah.. that´s why they are the biggest manufaturer

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  • 2013-07-19 23:12
  • HLx4

Bad move from Samsung. Such big fragmentation of their flagship will result only in frustration and disorientation of customers.

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  • 2013-07-19 23:03
  • gIFH

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-07-19 15:10 from 4QSR - click to read" It did not have a video recorder app if it did not have a video camera."yes there was something like cycorder(maybe spelling is wrong)but as i remember it was there,so actually iphone was having everything(EXCEPT MMS,but there were apps like facebook for sharing media with friends),about the flash,the app(which btw was available on appstore,unlike google play) was able to open every flash content a flash enabled android could open(with similar or 512 mb ram),it had those apps before adobe released flash for android,so there is no point argumenting about the source...,but android had no easy option for moving apps to sd(unless you decided you root the phone and void your warranty) yeah ios was better than android for atleast 3 years...

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  • 2013-07-19 16:20
  • Xur0

> In reply to bruce.w @ 2013-07-19 14:05 from Xur0 - click to readAnd I see what you meant by video recorder, but Android had all that in less than a year. A new phone, one that took video, a video recorder app, stock video player, copy and past, it always had MMS, widgets and so on.

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  • 2013-07-19 15:22
  • 4QSR

> In reply to bruce.w @ 2013-07-19 14:05 from Xur0 - click to readIt's apk you download right from adobe. So not the same thing. What is the same is being able to download a third party video player.
And video recorder and video player are two different things. It took apple 3 iphones to get one that took video, and the ios update after it to include MMS. Which I believe was also what brought copy and paste. It did not have a video recorder app if it did not have a video camera.
Android you could download a third party video player. It was less than a year to get a stock one and the next phone had a video recorder.
But it did not take three years for third party apps or larger spaced phones.

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  • 2013-07-19 15:10
  • 4QSR

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-07-19 12:14 from n{5i - click to readwell,every oem does that,i was very dissapointed when nokia anounced lumia 1020(i prefer wp),just after few months of lumia 925......

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  • 2013-07-19 14:14
  • Xur0

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-07-19 12:42 from 4QSR - click to readabout maybe it does still be releasing minor updates,but as i said,if you can it download it from(somehow i can't find it on playstore),is it any different then solution on apple,which recieved it much before android and worked as good as the solution from as a plugin" oh a third party browser like a third party video player?",yes but android still did'nt have video recordering app(until it already got it in update),apple recieved an video recording app within 3 months of release...and MMS is big,i never said that it is'nt,but is it as big as video recording?you "it tops the cake",it is not even bigger than video recording let alone the memory issues which android users had to face without apps movable to sd,that also took more than 3 years and the only way to remove it till then was not only a pain but also was much harder option than just installing chat app like of facebook to send or recieve media......

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  • 2013-07-19 14:05
  • Xur0

> In reply to MobileGenius @ 2013-07-19 13:37 from dW7B - click to readIf you only use basic functions though Android is at least as easy to use.
It just offers more to learn and use.

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  • 2013-07-19 13:48
  • 4QSR

I am a business man and i have the iPhone 5 32GB and Samsung Galaxy s4 32GB and both phones are very good but te difference is in this: iPhone 5 i easy to use while Samsung Galaxy s4 is very futuristic phone but in a good way i think that someone should create a phone that is both easy to use and futuristic because people are looking for a phones like that but if you use more phones i recommend you to use the iPhone for a business because its easier to use it while you can have your Samsung for being cool if you know what i mean


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  • 2013-07-19 13:37
  • dW7B

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