Samsung plans to announce the Galaxy S4 on March 15th

Discussion in 'Mobile and Portable' started by Yen, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. Yen

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  3. QuantumBug

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    Can't wait. It's mine, mine, MINE! :D
     
  4. msr

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    Do you guys really need a 8 core cpu in your phones, what is it processing?

    I can understand you may like a dual core cpu, but whats the need of 8. Are you constantly that busy on your phone, you need 8 cores?

    I am sure plenty will fall for it, and buy it of course, but the ones above who will, do you really need 8 core cpu?
     
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    You missed my ranting :D
     
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    I really think it's not possible for S4 to be in dual Sim. Maybe in China version.
     
  7. R29k

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    Which is what the rumor is saying :bangin:
     
  8. jameskenrich

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    Dear buyer of Galaxy S4 and all Samsung product, Samsung did announce for decrease mobile rate at huge quantities. so wait little bit for new coming product.
     
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    #12 QuantumBug, Mar 26, 2013
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    A multi-core phone will split cores into looking after different applications. Games can also take use of multiple cores and the camera can use more cores for video recording, pictures, etc.

    Plus with an apparent 2600mAh battery, and new software, battery life shouldn't be an issue. Plus batteries are changeable, I have two for my s2.

    But I see your point, the quad-core version maybe, octo-core version, not so much. I'm hoping the UK gets the quad-core version to be honest.