Samsung Galaxy S4 Beats HTC One in Benchmarks :D
Samsung Exynos confirmed LTE Exynos 5 Octa.
Samsung Exynos reported to SammyHUB about the Exynos 5 Octa processor for the Galaxy S4. According to SamsungExynos the Exynos 5 Octa will support all the bands of LTE (20). So in other words, the Exynos chip from Samsung supports the same things as the Snapdragon 600 by Qualcomm. Because Samsung couldn’t produce Exynos 5 Octa on time Samsung decided to use the Snapdragon 600 in some countries!
tha Source: sammobile
link : http://www.sammobile.com/2013/03/28/samsung-exynos-confimed-lte-exynos-5-octa/
samsung is better than other smartphones..coz their technology is more advance then other...
Samsunf alwayz rocks us by itroducing affordable phones with innovative technologies.. I am with samsung and waiting for more surprises from them..!!
THIS PHONE IS AWESOME ;) !!!!!!!!!!!!! THE s4 is the s3 without the ugly love handles. the s3 is sort of pear shape which to most people is not sexy :)
alipk52, 30 Mar 2013After huge amount of time i spent on xda, researching about this International variant of S4, ... morethere might be a possiblity XDA will be released for these types of model - if theres a will theres a way
im sure after a couple of months time
subm, 31 Mar 2013samsung are ugly since s3I'd have to agree there, I like the design of the S2 far better than that of S3 & S4... I was tempted to buy a S3-LTE until I saw the design, to bad they didn't have an "old style" casing line for these products... I just might get an S4... but oh well, one can but wish.
People! Don't worry.just buy this bad plastic @ss.galaxy s brand is the best in the world. It been the best ever since day1.since galaxy s,s2,s3 and now the almighty s4.no phone can touch it.s4 gonna kick those 4 cores @ss.
they had something up their sleeve with the s2. but the hybrids tell u they are ready to rake your cash man.
alipk52, 30 Mar 2013After huge amount of time i spent on xda, researching about this International variant of S4, ... morebeleive me most of the galaxy buyers"10 millions" are not aware of"close source os" term ,most of them are using their phones even without rooting.
the sales of the s4 will exceed the s3 sales,i am saying this because it is the truth,i didn't buy the s3 and i might not buy the s4 because i didn't like the video recording quality .
Juno shah, 30 Mar 2013Better go for HTC or Nokia devices Well please stop this idiotic comments, i am not saying anything to samsung here or mentioning other manufacturer's phone as superior over this, i am only saying about development support, and Every developers are against these lack of source codes from such reputated company, you understand nothing about development support, that's why you're giving irrelevant answer, go and learn something kid...
Why this days all high phones audio quality is at 81 and 82 ..why not 90 n 90above..is there any restriction on the noise level or what
After huge amount of time i spent on xda, researching about this International variant of S4, i come to know that Galaxy S4 is not for me, because of Exynos's lack of source codes, this is not developer friendly phone, and without Custom ROMs (i mean AOSP) Android is no fun for me, how worst is this feeling that chipset with closed sources running in an open source OS, which almost makes Android "close source os" for Exynos based S4, correct me if i am wrong, but this will soon lead Samsung into lower sales of all Exynos based Phones, really wanted this phone, but development and wide variety of custom roms is my first priority...so Samsung get my big "no" to your devices, I hate your Apple-like steps just like many on xda, and if they don't release Exynos sources sooner, Galaxy s4 (i9500) will record lowest sales in Samsung's history, yes there are many who doesn't care or know anything about development/flashing, but there are lot more who buy it for flashing/Modding. Good bye Samsung, you'll release source codes, and i'll surely have your device in my hands. I'm waiting for HTC's device with SDcard slot and removable battery, at least HTC phones always have great development support from xda's devs.