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Samsung is going to announce its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S IV, this week.


This is a really big moment for Samsung. It has successfully transitioned from being some boring phone maker to one of the premier brands in the world.


The S IV could be its peak, or it could be the next step on the path to world domination. It all depends on how good the phone is.


Since you're probably curious about what Samsung has in store, we've summed up just about everything you need to know about the phone in this post. And watch the accompany video for more analysis.


The screen is going to be really big


We can't answer this right now, but a 5-inch screen is really big. It's almost comical to make phone calls with a giant phone. But, Samsung sold a fair amount of the 5-inch Galaxy Note, so it thinks people want the bigger screen. Plus, we're mostly using our smartphones as computers so, bigger can be better.



A lot of people were hoping Samsung would splurge and use better materials for its new phone. According to various reports, the case will be plastic, which feels cheap compared to the iPhone or HTC's latest phone. Samsung is doing it because it's lighter, easier to make, and costs less.

Will it have a home button?



A leaked image of what the S IV is supposed to look like shows no home button for the phone. It's possible Samsung ditches the home button and makes the bottom part of the phone touch sensitive.


The screen is going to be LCD, not AMOLED, maybe ...



Samsung is the leading OLED display maker, but Samsung-focused blog Sam Mobile says its going with a LCD display for the S IV. Sam Mobile says it was struggling to make full HD AMOLED displays. However, Pocket Lint reported that it will have an AMOLED display. What's the difference? Samsung's AMOLED screen looks great, we're not sure what would happen with an LCD screen, but we assume it won't be bad.


It will probably be on all carriers



One the things that makes Samsung unique from other Android phone sellers is that it starts selling its phones on all carriers all at once in the U.S. We expect the same will happen with the S4.


The U.S. version is getting a quad-core processor, international is getting eight-cores.


A screen shot leak shows the U.S. version of the S IV getting a quad-core processor. The international version of the phone is said to have an eight-core processor. Don't get too worked up over cores. It's how you use the cores, and reports say Samsung is using its processor to be ridiculously fast.


Some sort of eye-tracking, or head tracking software



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Now that the changelog for the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is out, let us review some of the best improved things for this new OS version. Android fans will truly love the screen reader function and photo geeks will enjoy a new photo editor. But overall, according to Android, the 4.2 Jelly Bean will most definitely be fast and smooth. Another new feature will be the Gesture Typing keyboard.


The Android 4.2 also promises to simplify everything from accessibility, photo editing, connection and it will also feature group messaging support. You will find all the "new" stuff on their site and there are quite a number of modifications and improvements on the system, including the addition of Google Now. You can easily look for places to go to, events, book hotels, etc. with your Android phone. Gmail is also very much improved, so people on-the-go will truly appreciate the changes.


For some Google Nexus devices (4, 7 and 10), the standard browser would be Chrome. These are only some of the new additions and improvements for the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and there are more if you visit their site.


Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean 


 




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