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More Samsung Galaxy S IV rumors

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Since the release of the Galaxy S III, rumors for next year's Galaxy S IV have been trickling in and today we have some more. Allegedly, the phone will have a 5-inch, 1080p display. Additionally, the device will run on a quad-core Cortex A15 chip, the Exynos 5450. The Exynos is built by Samsung itself, moving away from Qualcomm-made chips like the Snapdragon. The new Nexus 10 and ...

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#1
damn cant wait for whats in store!
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Originally posted by A5J4DX:
damn cant wait for whats in store!
Settle down there boy........again......just "rumours". Unfounded and likely untrue.
#3
Hell, there's even a rumor now that they're possibly putting an 8-core processor on this phone, but I know that this is waaaay exaggerated as we have just enter the quad-care universe, and we're barely tapping that now with the Droid DNA and Galaxy Note II (international version)...

Chance prepares the favored mind. Look up once in a while and you might learn something. - BLUEBOY
#4
Last "rumors" held pretty accurate...they had to come from somewhere. Someone that is pretty close to the phone, this is not you or I coming up with these figures.
#5
Also heard they where looking at having the bendy screens...but still all rumours at the mo.
#6
My S3 is hands down the best phone I've ever owned. But I just gotta have the Note 2. The Note is just small enough to fit in a pocket and just big enough to watch a movie.

These quick tablet/phone releases may backfire on Apple and Samsung. It's going to reach a point where people aren't going to upgrade for fear of another version coming out in 6 months with little or no new features worth $500+.

"Is that 3 thousand dollar bounty on the shark in cash or check?"

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