Samsung Galaxy S4 Specs Detailed
The news is that Samsung is expected to release Galaxy S4 by late February or early March 2013. Like the release of Samsung Galaxy S3 which was unarguably the biggest Android release of 2012 with a sale of over 30 Million units, Galaxy S4 seems to be matching the same for the year 2013. Quite few positive changes are anticipated.
Galaxy S4 Screen
According to the news leaked on a Korean news website the presumption is that Samsung Galaxy S4 will pack in a 1920 x 1080 resolution and a pixel density of 441 pixels per inch which is even better than the ‘Retina Display’ used by Apple’s iPhone 5 at 326 PPI with a size of 4.99-inch full HD Super AMOLED display. It is needless to say that Samsung is about to bring smartphone video revolution with this unique effort.
Galaxy S4 Processor
Secondly Galaxy S4 will come having the Exynos 5450 processor and that will be based on the Cortex A15 architecture. Here is the best bit because it will be clocked at a stunning 2.0GHz. The Samsung Galaxy S3 boasts the Exynos 4412 quad-core processor, and this clocks in at a cool 1.6GHz, so to have 2.0GHz would be more than wonderful to experience. Exynos 5450 by far is the most powerful processor any smartphone has.
Galaxy S4 RAM
The new SGS4 could possibly come having 3GB of RAM and this is not really going above its potential, this could be what we call realistic in terms of specs because Galaxy S3 already has 1GB of RAM and to support all the new features Samsung is putting into the new S4, one can imagine that the RAM needs to be improved substantially for the optimum performance of the new device.
Galaxy S4 Camera and Android Version
Finally, the phone is said to include a high-resolution 13 megapixel camera on the rear, which will include a powerful autofocus system and the ability to capture Full HD video as well as high-resolution stills. Support for the new 360-degree panorama mode introduced in Android 4.2 ‘Jelly Bean’ also seems likely, as does a high dynamic range (HDR) shooting mode – something seen in an increasing number of smartphones. A higher amount of megapixels will make it more challenging for Samsung to have the handset perform well in low light conditions, since pixels get smaller and noise gets in easier in those conditions. This 13-megapixel sensor was originally planned for the Galaxy S3 and second-generation Galaxy Note, but when the time came to release the two devices, Samsung chose to stick with an 8-megapixel sensor for efficiency. A 13-megapixel shooter would be capable of capturing images with 4208 x 3120 resolutions. This camera would require more processing power and extra RAM if Samsung were to include it on the fourth-generation Galaxy S.
The thickness of the device is also claimed to be reduced, with Samsung rumoured to be using a next-generation memory chip it has developed with a far thinner profile than its current-generation parts.