[Rumor] New Samsung Galaxy S IV Specs and Pic Revealed

Discussion in 'Android News' started by dgstorm, Feb 5, 2013.

  1. sweeeeet

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    Jesus.. monster phone... I like it all except on screen buttons... samsung has been on a tear

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    I would prefer on screen buttons over crap like the S3 anyday.
     
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    The speakers.....so thats what those were....lol. Would be nice...
     
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    Said it before...you guys are gonna have to get over the onscreen buttons....its the way of the future.

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  6. sweeeeet

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    there's plenty of people stuck on physical keyboards for u to pick on lol.. as for me I'll stay with a few off screen buttons for now :)
     
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    I like how all the galaxy/note phones look... so I wont be surprised that the s4 or whatever they name it looks good

    if the s2 was on Verizon I would've easily chose that over the bionic... im not a fan of the other samsung phones (galaxy nexus included)... charge... etc
     
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    why have different versions if they all come with an sd slot that supports up to 64 gigs?
     
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    Because with Jellybean (unless you root), the only option to install apps is to the phone memory. Different versions with different memory capacity allows the purchaser to choose which price/memory combination they want.
     
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    agreed. Also, it's not just app installation. With each OS upgrade, Google is moving away from supporting external memory (Here Is Another Reason Google Continues To Shun SD Cards - Multiuser Support). So to be future proof, internal memory is the way to go. This isn't only about app data, it's media too. No native Google app supports SD. Google music stores all offline music in internal memory; there is no option for location.
     
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    .

    I would like an SD Card slot for my next phone. I would like it because I would prefer that my pictures, music....all media be stored on the external card, and all system related functions like apps, and app data be stored on the internal memory (encrypted of course). That way when I root, or restore the device, I don't have to wipe my data.
     
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    :angry::frown::blink:

    they are FINALLY bringing the camera button back and you want it gone? NO YOU, NO I SAY!!!!

    and here I'm just getting ready to get the note 2... >_< I'll still get it of course, but damn I hope this comes quick
     
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    Just noticed one more item that may seal it as a fake. Super AMOLED+! Many of you may say but the S2 was AMOLED+ and the NOTE2 employs RGB, but neither of these have the issue that caused the GNex and the S3 to lack the "+" and go Pentile; high pixel density! Both the Note 2 and the S2 are low density devices. Samsung could not produce the AMOLED+ with 300+ pixel density. Now all of a sudden they can achieve 400+ pixel density? I doubt it.
     
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    Why couldn't they have finally got it right? And this be the first one? Is not like they do R&D just because it doesn't work the first time

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    agreed.. I like the camera button so I can take still shots without having to put down my drink lol
     
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