Does anyone knows if the poor Mali 400 GPU will be the final Hardware configuration for the S5 Mini?
when's it coming to australia? I work for Telstra and we haven't got it available yet???
Price group indicated for this phone may be too high? Shouldn't be like this.
k11, 02 Aug 2014As for the s5 mini, what you have said might well be true.Yup, I've just checked the released kernel sources for the SM-G800F and SM-G800H models.
SM-G800F (European model)
Exynos 3470 (quad-core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A7)
SM-G800H (US model)
Snapdragon 400, MSM8228 (quad-core 1.6 GHz Cortex-A7)
The Snapdragon has native FM radio support, but the US carriers are known for disabling this in hardware.
geen5085, 29 Jul 2014agree Single Sim phones are waste of money ? I didn't see anyone using dual sim phones in my country.
Sindri, 02 Aug 2014You only need to disassemble the stock roms that's been released on samfirmware to find out wh... moreAll american variants as well as an european 4G version of the galaxy s2 use a snapdragon chipset (dual-core 1.5 GHz Scorpion) that supports LTE. The international version of the galaxy s2 uses an exynos 4210 (also known as Exynos 4 Dual) chipset with a dual-core 1.2 GHz cortex-A9 CPU, and does not support LTE.
k11, 02 Aug 2014First and foremost, the samsung galaxy s2 has a way different chipset than this s5 mini. The g... moreYou only need to disassemble the stock roms that's been released on samfirmware to find out what SoC they're using. The European variants are definitely using an Exynos 3, with an Intel LTE modem. Most likely the US variants will be using the Snapdragon, is my guess.