Samsung Galaxy S IV spec rumours continue

Samsung Galaxy S IV spec rumours continueThe Samsung Galaxy S IV spec rumours are beginning to snowball ahead of a, uhm, possibly imminent announcement. Or, y’know, it could be April next year.

In any case, the proposed Samsung Galaxy S IV spec sheet is starting to take shape rather vividly. Previously we’ve been told to expect a quad-core ‘Adonis’ processor and 5in 1080p display. Now we gots more.

The latest Samsung Galaxy S IV spec rumours come via asiae.co.kr (among others), and now we’re told to add a 13MP camera to the list.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was originally tipped to have a 13MP camera, though it ultimately arrived with an 8MP snapper as a result of supply issues. We’re assured that won’t be an issue with the Samsung Galaxy S IV.

It’s also suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S IV will in fact adopt the same Samsung Exynos 5450 chipset as the Nexus 10 tablet – which was of course manufactured by Samsung.

However, it’s pointed out that four Cortex-A15 cores at 2GHz would suck the life out of a smartphone-sized battery.

No one’s quite sure when to expect the Samsung Galaxy S IV launch. MWC 2013 was initially touted, but quickly dismissed by Samsung.

More recently, it’s been suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S IV launch might go down even sooner - at CES in January 2013. In that case, the Samsung Galaxy S IV would become a reality in little more than six weeks. Hmm.

via: Pocket-lint

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matt101101 / MOD  Nov. 21, 2012 at 14:51

If the S4 comes out at CES, I'll eat my S2. It's just not going to happen, the SX launch is always a Euro thing.

Pondlife  Nov. 21, 2012 at 17:26

Hmm lets see selling s3 rather fast, lets rush out it's successor.... Nope

Treab  Nov. 22, 2012 at 00:07

Hmm lets see selling s3 rather fast, lets rush out it's successor.... Nope

*cough* another copy of apple ;)

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