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Today however, SamMobile has got their hands on a build for the Samsung Galaxy S4. The video below shows the ROM in action. A boost in performance is what can be observed and almost everything seems to be running perfectly fine and much smoother than before. This shows that with fine optimizations, the manufacturer can make earlier devices age more gracefully.
In terms of design, the Lollipop build of the Galaxy S4 is pretty much identical to that on the S5. You have the new notifications that appear on the lockscreen and everywhere else in the UI. The stock apps have been updated with new Material Design UI elements. The multitasking menu also has the new card-style layout.
This is pretty exciting news for all the Galaxy S4 users out there!
We, along with you too hope that this is not the Samsung galaxy S5 . Samsung has never released two flagships in a single year and continuing the same trend we hope this is just a new, different series of Smartphones that Samsung was talking about – The Samsung Galaxy J.
The model and the alphabet J is clearly visible throughout the video to make things obvious. This video was released on Youtube by Samsung Taiwan. As a phone specially for Japan, The Samsung Galaxy J carries a five-inch Super AMOLED display with Full HD resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3GHz, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and Android 4.3 on-board alongside Samsung’s own TouchWiz.
We’d love to see a metal back and a metal construction too, if that is not too much to ask but being Samsung, that might still be a far off dream.
“I think at least seven or eight [companies] will launch a phone with a touch sensor in 2014,” Johan Carlstrom, Fingerprint’s Chief Executive Officer, told Reuters in an interview on Wednesday.
Fujitsu, Pantech and Konka have already made deals with Fingerprint to incorporate this technology in their future Android and Windows phones.
Samsung just patented a Transparent Display technology that would enable users to interact with touch interaction from the back of the phone. Right now, there are no obvious indications that Samsung’s working to deliver a system like this in a Galaxy smartphone anytime soon.
Well the rumours surrounding Samsungs 2014 line of smartphones just dont seem to drop their share. Cameras have become an integral part of the decision making factors and Samsung is making sure they win the game here.
We have been hearing about Samsung making the ISOCELL sensor for better imaging and then came the not-so-good news stating that Samsung might be ditching OIS(Optical Image Stabilisation) for the future Galaxy S5.
While Megapixels do not guarantee better quality, Samsung just wants to up the numbers and heat up the race here. Either ways, we are very sure of the fact that Samsung has plans to bring a better quality sensor and is going all out on R & D for their upcoming flaghsip device.
Samsung India today launched the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom in India for Rs. 27,990 and Rs. 29,990 individually.
After weeks of waiting, and some widespread criticism, the Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE Advanced has launched alongside SK Telecom’s LTE Advanced network, the first of its kind in the world.
The Android smart phone wars have been heating up as of late, with most OEMs offering great products as of late. Last night HTC however was awarded with the ‘Hottest Phone of 2013’ award at the Mobile Awards, leaving HTC UK to gloat and poke fun at Samsung on Twitter, until things started heating up.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 has made a big splash in the smart phone pool this year with its record sales and top of the range features, but today Samsung added another feature to the already overwhelming list when they unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S4 wireless charging kit.
The long-rumoured Samsung Galaxy S4 Active has finally been made official and it looks like the Samsung is more than ready to give the Sony Xperia Z a run for its money. If you’re planning a summer splash, the Galaxy S4 Active will be more than happy to be your companion.