Posted by Danny D. 2 years ago

Galaxy S 4 uses 63 percent of Samsung’s own components

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17 comments on “Galaxy S 4 uses 63 percent of Samsung’s own components

  1. Rony Wijaya 2 years ago said:

    no if the storage just 16gb,,,,,

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  2. farksi 2 years ago said:

    iPhone5 has 1 GB LPDDR2(S4 ha LPDDR3 2 GB),iphone5 has 8 megapixels camera(S4 has 13 megapixels),iphone 5 has 1800 mAh baterry(S4 has 2600 mAh),iphone has has smaller screen(4.99″ S4). You can’t say that S4 is more expensive to build and iPhone is cheaper to build. think before you post.

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  3. Basim9955 2 years ago said:

    So there is 3 versions of the Galaxy s4 :

    - octa core with 3g
    - octa core with 4g
    - snapdragon 600 with 4g

    Am I getting it right ?

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    • pepitona 2 years ago said:

      Basim9955: No my friend.

      The models are:
      GT-I9500 (HSPA, Exynos 5 Octa 2*Quad Cores)
      GT-I9505 (LTE, Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Quad Core)

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  4. ArminVB 2 years ago said:

    yeah…100%…I’m planning to buy THE AMAZING GALAXY S4 :)

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  5. atul4587 2 years ago said:

    Hope that it will fit in my budget.I am very eager to have this octa core version.
    I think SAMSUNG is going to release two versions one quad with LTE & octa without LTE at start (Then in future there might be octa LTE version).

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  6. kiarash16 2 years ago said:

    Yes I want to buy
    It’s really smart for these years

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  7. wilfreb 2 years ago said:

    this is the phone that will replace my GS3, my decision is made.

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  8. vbx 2 years ago said:

    Nope. Way to big to fit in the pocket and it will never see Key Lime Pie. Samsung would drop the S4 after 6 month and they will shift their focus on the Galaxy S5. Maybe 2 years later, S4 will get Key Lime Pie. If you’re lucky.

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