BY admin | March 1, 2013
Samsung Galaxy S4 rumors suggest that the handset will be released on March 14. But how the handset will compete against FullHD phones?
Samsung has already announced its release press event for Galaxy S4. It is now going to be officially launched on March 14 in a Samsung Unpacked Event in New York City. Samsung is reportedly to make its announcement event a huge one. Apart from inviting media persons, the company has recently sent out invitations to its social network followers also to join it when it is to announce the Galaxy S IV at Times Square.
How can the new Galaxy S4 be unique from the new line of FHD phones? It is a big question, indeed. So far, we have received a lot of FullHD 1080p handsets including the likes of Sony Xperia Z, LG Optimus G Pro and more. Of course, Samsung is hoped to launch its new Galaxy S phone with the same potentials. But, how can it be different?
Galaxy S IV Vs Other FHD Phones
Throughout late last year and early this year, we got too many phones with high resolution FullHD screens. A big majority of such handsets have quad core processors, 5-inch screens, 13MP cameras, Android 4.1 and many more. The new Galaxy S4, as per rumors, is likely to come with a pack of innovative futures in all these aspects.
To begin with, we talk about the display. Samsung’s new flagship is going to become the first handset with a Super AMOLED FullHD screen. The Korean firm made public its much-touted sAMOLED 1080p display at CES. So the new Galaxy S4 device can be different, because all the current FHD devices have LCD screens from developers like LG or Sharp. A FHD sAMOLED screen can be entirely different from its LCD brother.
The second improved thing expected with the new Galaxy S4 is processor. Along with the sAMOLED FHD display, Samsung put on a display a new Exynos chipset at CES. It is Exynos 5450 Quad. No doubt, Samsung is to use this chip in its upcoming Galaxy S upgrade. The chipset will be coming inside a brand new ARM Cortex-A15 processor as well. So in every aspect of the processor, the device will be better than its rivals.
Android 4.2 will be another high-flying attribute of Galaxy S4. All the new line of FHD handsets is announced to come out of box with the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which is actually an old version. It has already received a new update (the 4.2), but is presently available on Google Nexus devices only. As we can read from rumors, Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 is to become the first non-Nexus handset to introduce the software, which has many brilliant features including the option to let users set multiple user accounts in a device.
Regarding rear camera as well, we have enough reason to look forward for some stunning innovation. HTC’s new flagship phone and Nokia’s rumored Lumia 1000 have kicked in hot discussions about the qualities of rear cameras on a handset. The HTC One has just arrived with a really innovative 4MP Ultrapixel camera with a better video recording clarity than any 13MP camera devices. Of course, it will prompt Samsung to fit in a revolutionary camera on its new Galaxy S phone.
Moreover, the new Samsung phone will be far slimmer and lightweight. It will be raising critical threat to all other high end phones in market under these aspects. Samsung is known for designing products with much more user friendly features. To top it off, the Galaxy S series has a huge fame that will let the device attract more customers than any of its alternatives. It has been the world’s most sold Android phone for a long time, and surely its new version will continue to get its advantage.