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Mar 12, 2013

Samsung Galaxy S IV LTE (GT-I9505X) Receives Approvals in Indonesia




While getting ready for its official unveiling on March 14 in New York, Samsung’s Galaxy S IV smartphone is also receiving approvals in various markets around the world, a sign that Samsung is set to bring it to shelves soon after formally introducing it.

Recently, the smartphone was spotted at POSTEL, Indonesia’s certification forum, and was also said to have received approvals in Taiwan, which means that Samsung is set to bring it to the market in Asia soon. The smartphone was approved with model number GT-I9505X attached to it, and is said to be en route to the market as Galaxy S IV LTE, yet this hasn’t been confirmed for the time being. According to the listing at POSTEL, Galaxy S IV will land on shelves with a quad-core processor packed inside, which is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 (APQ8064T) CPU clocked in at 1.9GHz. Furthermore, it will sport a 4.99-inch full HD (1080 x 1920 pixel) touchscreen, along with a 13-megapixel photo snapper on the back, and a 2MP camera on the front. At the same time, the smartphone is said to pack 4G LTE capabilities, along with W-CDMA / GSM connectivity.

According to a recent post on Ameblo, the smartphone is expected to arrive on shelves in various configurations, and might offer support for different networks frequencies based on that. Based on previous rumors on the device, we know that Galaxy S IV will be launched in three versions based on the available internal memory, and that Samsung is also preparing a dual-SIM flavor of the handset, at least for the market in China. In fact, the dual-SIM Galaxy S IV was spotted online today in a hands-on video, and is said to feature model number GT-I9502. It will land on shelves with a 2600 mAh battery inside, while running under Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

Galaxy S IV for China
Image credits to bbs.52samsung

Samsung Galaxy Note III to Use Sharp’s LCD Screens




South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung is expected to launch a third smartphone in the popular Galaxy Note series in late 2013, and some new info on what the device might sport has emerged.

According to a recent article on SamMobile, chances are that the device would feature an LCD screen when released, and that Samsung is working with Sharp on this. While the upcoming Galaxy S IV smartphone was rumored to arrive on shelves with a PHOLED screen, which would make it more battery-efficient than previous handsets in the Galaxy S lineup, the vendor will change its focus to LCD screens with the upcoming Galaxy Note III.

Apparently, this was the main reason for which it decided to invest in Sharp. Samsung is expected to continue using OLED screens in larger devices, as well as in high-end smartphones, it seems.
Samsung logo
Image credits to Samsung

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