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More Galaxy S IV details leak

Samsung will be officially unveiling the new Galaxy S IV this Thursday. However, that's not stopping new images and details from leaking about the device ahead of the official unveil. New photos have turned up from China show a device that doesn’t mirror the design of previously leaked images.

However, the screenshots from the new leaked photos show that this device has hardware that matches up with previous leaks. This has led some to believe that this could be a prototype device used for carrier testing to protect the final design of the smartphone in the case of a leak (such as this one).


[Image Source: Sammy Hub]

The screenshots show that the device is running Android 4.2.1 and has a full HD resolution 1080p display. The screenshots also show a 1.8 GHz processor, 2 GB of RAM, and a 13-megapixel rear camera.
 
The device in these new images is supposedly a dual-SIM version of the S IV destined for China Unicom.

Source: SammyHub



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RE: I hope those aren't real
By darkhawk1980 on 3/11/2013 4:13:14 PM , Rating: 2
Yup. And when you have to spend an hour or more moving your music from your Iphone 5 to your new Iphone 5S, and all I have to do is remove my uSD card, and put it in the new phone taking all of 30 seconds, who will be complaining then?

It's storage. It's not meant to hold applications (although it can). Music, Videos, Pictures, documents, whatever! Being able to have that, and have it be removable is an option that some people want.

You center your argument around loading app's....Honestly, most people ARE NOT loading app's from their uSD cards.
While transferring music/video's 2x faster is nice, guess what? I only had to do it once. If you've been using Iphones since the original, thats what? 4 times now that you've had to transfer that data? Guess what, I've still only done it once after 4 phones. Time lost? Not on my end....

People aren't generally removing their uSD cards on a regular basis. Most people rarely ever remove it. Yet again, most of your argument center's around that.
I think it's plainly obvious, you just don't have the understanding to comprehend the reasons. You'd much rather waste time transferring all your data from phone to phone. That's fine, some people are slow. There's nothing wrong with that.


RE: I hope those aren't real
By Nortel on 3/11/13, Rating: -1
RE: I hope those aren't real
By tamalero on 3/12/2013 1:09:55 PM , Rating: 1
At this point you're clearly a troll..

Samsung offers different phones with different capacities.

my S3 as 16Gb

also, in the same way you "plug" to sync, the samsung can sync as well.
everything your precious iphone can do, the samsung and most android devices can as well.

Also the removable battery is useful if it craps itself.
you do not have to wait days and pay a hefty sum to get it fixed in apple.
you just open your galaxy, remove the battery, put a new one.. and you're good to go.


RE: I hope those aren't real
By Cheesew1z69 on 3/12/2013 1:16:18 PM , Rating: 2
quote:
At this point you're clearly a troll..
That has been established quite some time ago.


RE: I hope those aren't real
By retrospooty on 3/12/2013 1:21:09 PM , Rating: 2
"At this point you're clearly a troll.."

You are talking to the guy (Nortel) who says that Samsung totally copied Apple with its choice in RAM sizes for the S3, 16,32,64gb... Copied that from Apple. I kid youy not, he actually said that, and tehn defended his position on it, right here just within the past few weeks LOL. A complete and utter idiot.


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