balasuganth, 21 Mar 2013Disappointed.........i hate this diversity........im from india and samsung GS4 not havin LTE.... moresamsung would be launching S10 by the time LTE implements fully to india... still more than 90% of people use 2G in india coz 3G is way expensive n u talking about 4G?? wake up... by the time 4G comes here, galaxy S4 will be obsolete n no one would care about it coz that would be different era... only broadbands n dongles of bsnl n airtel are using 4G now in bandwidth of 2300ghz ie n that too only in selected cities... it will take near about 5 yrs to fully implement 4G here...
TheMan, 21 Mar 2013I'm talking about A15 SIII has A9 old cortex! Nexus 10 has Dual A15 Exynos and equal the pow... moreYou are just getting your hopes up, I bet that that A15 quad core won't be more than 15 % better than a Snapdragon 600 proc ...
Anonymous, 21 Mar 2013This sucks why do most european countries have the snapdragon :-(It's because they 4G bandwidth is different to europe than most of the world, so the Otca Core won't work as efficiently as the snapdragon, which is 1.9GHz Quad Core....still more powerful than any other phone in the world!!!
philthrill69, 21 Mar 2013Thanks very much for letting us know about the irish version and release date and pricing! Jus... moreSamMobile its a website made by fans not official, Samsung acknowledge all countries in their website.
Anonymous, 21 Mar 2013This sucks why do most european countries have the snapdragon :-(Pretty sure it will be very close to the I9500, you think Samsung would take such a massive risk (not contained to US like last time).
People need to understand that adding LTE support drains the battery more than the HSPA+ version does, and this means that going with a less powerful CPU is the tradeoff so we get decent battery life. It PROBABLY has nothing to do with anything else, and a larger battery would be a better decision by Samsung so that there is less variation between models.
For many countries, LTE just hasn't been deployed yet, so that is why one model or the other is going out there.
osama soly, 21 Mar 2013i wanna know how is the bast and batter
Exynos or Snapdragon 600 ,how is faster
iam from egy... moreExynos is faster for sure.
As i said Exynos A15 Dualcore is equal to power of Snapdragon A15 Quadcore.
And there is a good chance maybe the developers in XDA release a kernel lets you use the 8 CPUs together, they did pretty much everything.
Thanks very much for letting us know about the irish version and release date and pricing! Just in case you didn't know I was being sarcastic. We are also a part of Europe.
Anonymous, 21 Mar 2013Romania FTW :))Yes Romania, we are the third European country with 4G/LTE network after UK and Germany
Am from Canada I want the octa core for the carrier Videotron. Videotron don't support lte. Come on Samsung.
So multitakasking eh!! So what will happen if im going to play HD video on the background at the same time texting...
This is definitely wrong info. Slovakia as well as Czech republic is not getting LTE vesrion. We do not have LTE networks yet, so we are getting octacore version for sure.
samsung fanboys in the philippines will be glad to have both models, well sammy is number all throughout the country indeed
i wanna know how is the bast and batter
Exynos or Snapdragon 600 ,how is faster
iam from egypt we don't have LTE 4G but The most important for me Is the processor.
so tell me Guys how is batter
dude stop crying about no Octa Core for US. The Octa name itself is misleading! yes, you get 8 cores in the chip, but at most it can only run 4 cores at the same time. So that gives u a quad core only, the only difference with s600 is, s600 will always run 4 fast cores. exynos octa runs 4 fast core when u do heavy stuffs, when u do light stuffs it will run with the 4 weak cores. now, whats the best choice? Especially, s600 gives u LTE, thats 10X faster than 3G. Even if the processor is 1 point lower, but data speed is 10X faster. 1 less point for processor cant make it a different ball game, but data speed 10X slower is definitely a different ball game.