Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S4 smartphone, to be unveiled Thursday night in New York City.Samsung has also announced that the New York event will occur in none other than Times Square. Some leaked benchmarks point to some very impressive performance from the Galaxy S4 — but leaked images from China, and a teaser image from Samsung, suggest that the Galaxy S4 will look almost identical to the Galaxy S3.
According to various sources, the Samsung Galaxy S4 will have:
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The Samsung Galaxy S4 is expected to have a full-HD 1920×1080 display (up from 1280×720 on the S3) — and the display might even make the jump from 4.8 inches to an edge-to-edge 5 inches. There were some early rumors of a flexible display, but they can be discounted — the tech just isn’t there yet. It remains to be seen whether the underlying tech will be AMOLED or LCD, though reports suggest that Samsung’s AMOLED production line isn’t ready to produce 1920×1080 5-inch displays, while the LCD production line is raring to go.
Galaxy S4 is expected to use Qualcomm’s quad-core Snapdragon 600 or 800 SoC. The Snapdragon 800 is particularly exciting because it’s the first chip to be built on TSMC’s new 28nm HPM (high performance mobile) process — though, at 2.3GHz, it might be more of a tablet part. There is also the possibility that we’ll see two Galaxy S4 SKUs — a Snapdragon model with integrated LTE for the US market, and an Exynos-powered model for the rest of the world.
We now know that the Galaxy S4 will feature the hardware and software to track your eye movements — though, as the smallest eye tracking solutions are much too large to squeeze into a smartphone, we’re not entirely sure how Samsung will accomplish this.
The Galaxy S4 is expected to have a high-res camera (13MP, according to some rumors), up to 64GB of flash storage, and 2GB of LPDDR3 RAM. Following the weak, uncertain, and confusing introduction of wireless charging in the Galaxy S3, we expect the S4 to rectify the situation and provide wireless charging by default. You can also expect all of the usual kitchen sink: WiFi (which should step up to MIMO), Bluetooth, GPS, NFC, and so on.
The Galaxy S4 will almost certainly run a TouchWizzified version of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. There is also a rumor that the Galaxy S4 will launch with a pad accessory, which, when bonded with S Health, will give your phone the ability to measure your pulse and blood sugar, among other things.
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