AnonD-36244, 12 Apr 2013So what should i buy GT i9500 or i9505 ? plz guide me thanksWell the I9500 will 99% be guaranteed to be better, but will not be available everywhere. Also 70% of the first batch available at the end of April will be the I9505. If the I9500 is not available in your region then you will have to full price order it online. The I9505 is still very good though and will satisfy most
Alinator, 11 Apr 2013Actually, while everything you are saying is completely true, the Exynos Octa @1.6ghz still go... moreYes. Except there is the Intel one. It may be 2GHz, but also only dual core...Although in retro spective it's got Hyper Threading which does simulate extra cores. So they are on par. Though if the A-15's were clocked at 2GHz they would achieve higher.
AnonD-37880, 12 Apr 2013all samsung fans must watch that collide between sony xz vs s4 and plz accespt the power of br... moreCalling others fans while going to a product's page to lie about it, while boasting about your device. You know.... because you're not the "troll/fan".
all samsung fans must watch that collide between sony xz vs s4 and plz accespt the power of bravia which makes the simple tft secreen to highest level and see the sharpness which is amazing even both have same full hd resolution http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsC8SYk7fUo
jon jo, 10 Apr 2013get a life you sad git the s5 is not even in production and wont be for a few years Of course S5 is in production,,it takes 12-18months to bring a smartfone to market..The S4 was on the drawing board and been readied when S3 was released there is no other way to do it..You cant just bring out a phone in few months..
FM is argued about on 19500 forum and some folk work in areas where their is no mobile reception but via fm radio they can get traffic updates and news...These are not always third world countrys hell I live in UK and my hour commute has 60-70% no network coverage but radio often works..Some folk are out in other conditions where their is no mobile reception and fm radio gives them entertainment and vital news updates.
rj23, 10 Apr 2013Technically the Octa core is just gimmick. Samsung haven't made a real Octa core where all cor... moreActually, while everything you are saying is completely true, the Exynos Octa @1.6ghz still got a higher benchmark than the snapdragon 600 @1.9ghz. The Exynos Octa is the best processor used on a phone right now, and due to the 2 processors it leads in performance and battery life. We'll see how it performs against the snapdragon 800, but so far it is the best!
Really??, 10 Apr 2013Don't be so Pathetic, no one listens to radio anymore, the ONLY time you will if your in car. ... moreTrue, even if you like to listen to Radio you can always use the internet, that's how everyone do it nowadays
AnonD-134278, 10 Apr 2013I'm not quite sure why people are getting upset about the apparent lack of FM Radio... Yes, al... moreyou are absolutely right GeckoPutt, install tunein that yo can get it from Play Store for free. Then, here you are..you can select the local radio station you want to listen to..as simple as that.
im in sri lanka if i bought Samsung I9505 Galaxy S4 LTE phone to Sri lanka can i use it without any problem please help
Anonymous, 09 Apr 2013the I9505 has better connection however its only quad core not octa this is probably the US... moreTechnically the Octa core is just gimmick. Samsung haven't made a real Octa core where all cores work together unlike the single quad core Snapdragon has made with its 600 and S4 Pro. There may even be a chance that the Exynos version might perform a little slower than the one with a Snapdragon chipset since the Snapdragon variant is clocked at 1.9GHz and compatible with all 4G LTE bands while the Exynos 5 Octa core the first quad core with A15 chipsets are clocked at 1.6GHz and the A7 quad core chips are at 1.2GHz and the latter is gonna be used in some tasks like web browsing, downloading and other light tasks a phone will do while the ones clocked at 1.6GHz will take charge of gaming and all other heavy tasks. Being able to get an LTE connection whenever available is definitely a plus rather than seeing a device that has 8 cores but would not render everything that you need coz again, there's a chance that the i9500 variant might not support an LTE band in your area.
AnonD-56222, 10 Apr 2013You will appreciate this feature if you don't have internet connection at some place and just ... moreDon't be so Pathetic, no one listens to radio anymore, the ONLY time you will if your in car. just download some songs on phone and a couple of podcast's. jesus get into the 21st century.
Anonymous, 09 Apr 2013@Kelvin I9500 use exynos octa-core but I9505 use snapdragon...so what will be differnce on pe... moreSnapdragon is more stable than exynos, it's probably one of the reasons why devs recommend it over the last one including easier coding of course.
AnonD-134278, 10 Apr 2013I'm not quite sure why people are getting upset about the apparent lack of FM Radio... Yes, al... moreYou will appreciate this feature if you don't have internet connection at some place and just want to listen to the radio.
tino, 09 Apr 2013Samsung galaxy S5 will undoubtedly be much better than the S4. If you WANT a high-end smartp... moreIf you always wait for the next flagship device you'll be waiting indefinitely, faster smartphones produced every year, just grab the current high-end and enjoy.
jon jo, 10 Apr 2013get a life you sad git the s5 is not even in production and wont be for a few years Samsung releases new flagships every year
and so on...
Personally I don't think the name will continue after S5 but time will tell.
tino, 09 Apr 2013Samsung galaxy S5 will undoubtedly be much better than the S4. If you WANT a high-end smartp... moreget a life you sad git the s5 is not even in production and wont be for a few years
I'm not quite sure why people are getting upset about the apparent lack of FM Radio... Yes, although it's quite a simple feature, what is the real hassle with downloading a great app like 'Tune In' that gets any Radio station?
Is it really that big of a deal that it would turn people away from buying this phone...? Especially when you can simply download an app that would solve this problem? Just saying...