Posted by Daniel van D. 2 years ago

Galaxy S IV will have a home button but will not use a SPEN


Korean newspaper the claims to have more information about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S IV. The Galaxy S IV will use a home button with touch-keys and wil not have a SPEN. Though the S-Pen feature is missing, recent reports of “Non-contact Gesture” will be true. Details of the non-contact gesture function may have been misunderstood for “S-Pen Feature” in the device, the Korean daily reported. The Korean newspaper expects as we early reported Samsung to bring the Galaxy S IV at from April and expect a announcement around mid-march which could be March 15 as SamMobile reported. Designwise could the look of the Galaxy S IV look like the Galaxy S III which is very a very streamlined design. The Galaxy S IV is the biggest rumoured Android device of 2013.

The Galaxy S IV is rumoured to feature an Exynos 5 Octa (8-Core) CPU, Mali-T678 (8-Core) GPU, 4.99″ SuperAMOLED Full HD Resolution Display, 2GB of RAM, 13 Megapixel Rear facing Camera capable of shooting 1080p Full HD Videos at 30FPS, 2 Megapixel front facing camera capable of shooting 720p HD Videos and run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean out of the box.

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21 comments on “Galaxy S IV will have a home button but will not use a SPEN

  1. Dennisclt 2 years ago said:

    Awesome specs, can’t wait for it to go on sale overhere!

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  2. gyxter 2 years ago said:

    It would belong to the note series and not the S series if it has an S-Pen. :D

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  3. Yucko 2 years ago said:

    makes sense … S-Pen = for Note series

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  4. sa71 2 years ago said:

    I wish they make the same one with S Pen, whatever they call it. The point is NOT having a bigger bezel for the sake of sticking the S Pen in it. We can carry S Pen in our pocket just like we carry a regular pen.

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  5. okizen 2 years ago said:

    Will Android still be the OS of the S-IV? And let’s hope the rumored specs/features will become a reality.

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  6. 2 years ago said:

    s3 galaxy looks like and ugly. home key was not bad.

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  7. TheUltimateOne 2 years ago said:

    Cool specs! What about flexible YOUM display?

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  8. gasterakos 2 years ago said:

    Of course is better to not have S-PEN cause if this was true then the Galaxy Note will be in the same category of S family.I prefer it like all the Galaxy S without S-Pen but with powerfull specs

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  9. gasterakos 2 years ago said:

    And Home Button as always :D

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  10. epi 2 years ago said:

    The GPU it´s a PowerVR, a version between iPhone 5 and Ipad 4 generation, not a Mali GPU.

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  11. noten7000aziz 2 years ago said:

    Why not the s pen ?

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  12. onemic 2 years ago said:

    Is this now the S4?

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  13. Maik82 2 years ago said:

    Bored.. Nothing groundbreaking.

    This technology is not WOW

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  14. darooz 2 years ago said:

    samsung is slow as always. Sony Xperia Z is out now and has all that s4 is going to have.
    a galaxy note-like mobile from sony and ill say bye bye samsung

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