Article by: Carlo Raphael Diokno —- Samsung’s next flagship Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S4, will not offer a single, unified model according to new rumors posted online.
Similar to previous flagship Samsung Android phones like the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy S2, and the two phablets, the Samsung Galaxy Note and the Galaxy Note 2, Samsung will provide multiple models with different chipsets in different region depending on carrier and wireless technology available.
In the United States for example, the Samsung Galaxy S4 might ship with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon processor — while the international unlocked model could feature the company’s hyped Exynos 5 Octa chipset.
For startets, Qualcomm currently offers its “Snapdragon S4 Pro Plus” processor called Snapdragon 600, an improved version of the company’s Snapdragon S4 Pro.
Samsung is expected to unveil the Samsung Galaxy S4 at an event in United States on March 14, with live-streaming available on Google’s YouTube.
Apart from the powerful processors, Samsung’s rumored new device will reportedly offer an LCD display, a new primary camera, larger display with more pixels per inch, and hopefully, a better build quality.