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Samsung to sell the Galaxy S IV in 6 variants

Samsung is ready to dump the GT-I9505 (Galaxy S IV LTE) into a mockup version of the Galaxy S IV specially for retailers. Samsung wants to use one device with LTE and 3G on it which could hint to the use of the Snapdragon 600 processor in the Galaxy S IV, another possibility is the use of Exynos processor with a separate LTE chip. Sadly, our insider told us that Samsung is mostly sure to use Snapdragon instead of Exynos.

The new Galaxy S IV comes in 2 colors in the first place, White and black. Samsung wants to sell the Galaxy S IV in 6 variants.

GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 16 GB (White)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 32 GB (White)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 64 GB (White)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 16 GB (Black)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 32 GB (Black)
GT-I9500 Galaxy S IV 64 GB (Black)

Of course storage is never a problem in Samsung devices since they have MicroSD exapansion support and we do expect a MicroSD slot in the Galaxy S IV which simply means you can upgrade the storage of your Galaxy S IV with up to 64GB.

Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy S IV on March 14th in New York City.

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Yucko
Yucko

I never actually say the 32GB and 64GB hit te retail stores

killer659
killer659

Spec is fake. Trust me.

wlting
wlting

what i always care about is the battery life… i dont mind phone body is thick a bit, i just hope i don’t need charges the phone twice or more per day. wish a great smartphone can stand a least full use for 14-18h per day pls.

thesebastian
thesebastian

16GB Black FTW!

AndreiLux
AndreiLux

The Snapdragon 600 is a APQ model from Qualcomm WITHOUT LTE.

Stop the nonsense news, they will have to use a separate modem no matter if the use the Snapdragon or the Exynos.

Mr_VeGa
Mr_VeGa

The Octa is comming for eurpe and the snapdragon for us haha…

Rony Wijaya
Rony Wijaya

samsung always use a defective specification as an international s3 Bootle neck on a quad-core GPU but still using the mali 400 (dual core) is not mali 400mp4 (quad core): ‘(

Vickylife007
Vickylife007

ItI’ll wait for the Note III. Ha ha ha!

vavrorvav
vavrorvav

EXACTLY! My plan

MastaCow
MastaCow

Why is that funny?

dmarco
dmarco

It’s still going to consist of plastic rubbish… I’m tired of this, and I’ll retire my SGS3 for the HTC One !!!

blackpepper74
blackpepper74

This is what I’m thinkin’

samrat.sahu041
samrat.sahu041

No Exynos Octa, No Super AMOLED display, Soon Galaxy is going to be in history like Iphone.

AlphaVictor87
AlphaVictor87

Even without the Exynos Octa and no Super AMOLED display, there’s no way Samsung is going to put out a crap phone for their Flagship line. Just because it doesn’t have the best of the best in your mind, doesn’t mean it will be bad or that this is showing some sort of future trend for Samsung. They were the ones that made the Exynos Octa in the first place. They will use it in a phone eventually, just not this one. Sure it might be in the Note 3 first, but it will make its way over to the… Read more »

Barton
Barton

No Exynos means less problems with sources and support and that means better support from CyanogenMod team. It also means no mDNIe, with it’s ridiculous oversharpening and other ‘features’. No AMOLED means no PenTile, no ‘radioactive’ colors, hopefully no black clipping and many other issues. So these are not necessarily bad changes.

dmarco
dmarco

I agree!!!

D.S.R.
D.S.R.

99.9% of people who buy these phones care don’t care about AMOLED or SLCD or Exynos or Snapdragon. If you think they do, you are absolutely clueless about how the market works. Sorry, but neither the Galaxy or iPhone are going anywhere.