Saturday 23 March 2013

Octa core Samsung Galaxy S4 won't come to India

There are two variants of Samsung Galaxy S4 - one with Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad core processor and the other with octa-core Exynos 5 processor.

The octa core based Samsung Galaxy S4 will not be launched in India. Instead, Samsung will launch the quad core variant of the Galaxy S4 in the country, according to a report of the Sam Mobile.

The eight core processor variant is known as the Galaxy S4 I9505 while the other is called Galaxy S4 I9500. There are no other major difference in the two variants though.

The quad core processor (1.9 GHz) based Galaxy S4 comes with 2 GB RAM and offers three on-board storage options - 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB. It has a 13 megapixel camera at the back and brings several new features with the latest version of TouchWiz UI dubbed as Nature UX. The Galaxy S4 runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with the layer of latest TouchWiz UI, which is dubbed as Nature UX. The Galaxy S4 features a 5-inch full HD Super Amoled display build using Corning Gorilla Glass 3 technology for providing resistance to normal wear and tear.

Galaxy S4 measures mere 7.9 mm thick and still slim than the 8.6 thickness bearing Galaxy S III. In terms of weight, the Galaxy S4 measures 130 grams compared to the Galaxy S III weighing 133 grams.

The 13 megapixel camera of Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with LED flash, autofocus and zero shutter lag capability. This camera is capable of recording full HD videos and clicking high quality images. There is also a front facing camera capable of clicking high quality self-portraits and video shot. Samsung has introduce the new dual shot features that allows the phone to record video and click images as well as click two images at the same time using both cameras.

Samsung has packed a 2600 mAh battery and will also offer extra battery kit as part of accessories. By default, the company has added the inductive charging chip on the back panel cover so the phone can be charged wirelessly without using additional cover.

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