Phone feature are same that are in note 3 i.e chipset Gpu (indian version).
No 3 GB ram
Is chipset on this device exynos 5 octo 5422 a 64 bit chipset because samsung CEO said 2014 samsung flagships will have 64bit chipset-.-
The phone won't support 4g in India Forking out rs. 51000 without 4g these days will be the biggest folly. Not worth buying at all.
Honey, 30 Mar 2014This price doesn't justify S5 when 4G is due to launch in tier 2 3 cities in coming months one... moreSay no to samsung... Be wise and go for snapdragon 801 enabled flsgships like htc m8 or sony xperia Z2..
Or even LG Nexus5 with native s800... Dats a wise choice..
Exynos sucks bigtime...
umer, 30 Mar 2014When it has two types of processors ( ie a15 and a7 ) it can't be ocrta core as two types can'... moreresearch!
bigLITTLE CPU Architecture for low power devices like mobile phone is the future!
......ignorance is a bliss enjoy it!
When it has two types of processors ( ie a15 and a7 ) it can't be ocrta core as two types can't be activated simultaneously
mu96XT, 29 Mar 2014Exynos new gen (Gen 5) Chipsets are more capable in thermal handling. They work full frequency... moresome states of us also bear high temperature in summers then why samsung is launching snapdragon 801 in us ?
This price doesn't justify S5 when 4G is due to launch in tier 2 3 cities in coming months one wld feel cheated when his/her 50000 plus phone wont run 4g instead they shld hv gone with snapdragon 801 so when 4 g catches up s5 should hv worked but this is not the case ..it shows they( samsung) wld milk Indian customers again when 4g catches up by launching 4g compatible handset and then exynos s5 owners wld feel left out. If they are following the footsteps of apple then they shld also follow their design language and other aspect , they think ppl hv made iphone 5s a hit despite price being on the higher side and they wld do so with S5, lets see hw india receives S5 but for me personally samsung putting exynos instead of snapdragon in india is a putt off ..thumbs down to samsung for this move..
@Android Man: The processor comes with a Heterogeneous Multi-Processing (HMP) solution, adaptive hibernation technology, and Mobile Image Compression (MIC). So it can run its 4+4 cores in any desired way. That would be even total 8 if required.
This is pathetic from Samsung I had a worst experience with s4 sold it immediately and shifted to HTC. The octa core processor for Asian market is not good Samsung is cheating the Indian customers will never buy a Samsung phone now onwards
Why ??? again and again samsung is releasing two different versions for its phones.. Why can't they release the same phone with same features worldwide.. Why this desrimination against asians... Lets we all decide not to buy this phone and teach samsung a lesson..they may be big.. but they can't play the games like this. Let this S5 show less than a million sales in asian countries.. let's all decide together.. samsung we don't want to be the second behind US and europe.. Either release the phone with the same specs or DON'T release the phone here..say no to Samsung. ..
with this "superb" spec, why only has 5 grade???????????
It's not an Octa core and to prove this look at the CPU, It says Quad core. Samsung didn't announce that they have Octa core smartphones yet.
Androidtech, 29 Mar 2014Thats coz when most people are commenting on samsung and especially it's exynos chipset dats t... moreIgnorance is a bliss! Enjoy it.....
Any system has two devices for getting the jobs done. The CPU and GPU! The Exynos CPU incorporated in S5 is class leading undoubtedly! Now a chipset has some basic conditions set, it isn't like placing candles on a cake, NVIDIA or ADRENO cannot be incorporated with EXYNOS. Samsung strategy as any other OEM is to cut costs. Hence build a high end homebrew CPU (exynos is very capable CPU) and a capable GPU to balance best possible combination of POWER-Efficiency and performance.
For those whining or qualcomm aficionados have a qualcomm variant though running a 4-5 year old CPU architecture!Exynos' big-LITTLE architecture is the future of mobile computing. Mind It!