Popular South Korean media site "ddaily.co.kr" have now reportedly confirmed the final specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S IV and Samsung is now fully prepared for mass production of the device. The debate of physical Home button being removed has turn out to be false. The device will be available by end of March.
The design of the Samsung Galaxy S IV will inherit "Minimum organic" human-centered UI adopted by the Samsung Galaxy S III. Which means that physical Home button, along with the Return key to the right and Menu key to the left side of the Home button will be retained in the new flagship device.
There were several speculations that an S-Pen will be featured in the new flagship device, but ddaily.co.kr report suggests that's not the case. Though the S-Pen feature is missing, recent reports of "Non-contact Gesture" will be true. Details of the non-contact gesture function may have been misunderstood for "S-Pen Feature" in the device, the Korean daily reported.
According to Glbenchmark Specifications of Samsung Galaxy SIV (SHV-E300S) are:
- 1.9Ghz Quad Core CPU
- Adreno 320 GPU
- 1920*1080 Display
- Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean
- navigations keys are not present on Display
Other Rumored Specifications Of Samsung Galaxy SIV
- Supports Wireless Charging
- 4.99 inch Full HD Display with 400ppi pixel density
- Come with S-Pen Accessory
- 2GB RAM
- 13Mpx Camera
Another anticipated device from Samsung aside from the Galaxy S 4 is the upcoming Galaxy Note 3. This device is popular among people who love smartphones that have bigger screens. According to SamMobile, the company will replace its popular AMOLED display with a high quality LCD made by Sharp. It can be recalled that Samsung acquired a stake in the company and is now banking on the components that are produced by Sharp.
The main reason for the switch is because the S-Pen might be better off with the LCD screen. Furthermore, it is said that the panels produced by Sharp are said to be the best. Other than that, a possible reason for the use of LCD display, instead of AMOLED could be because Samsung needs to concentrate production of panels for the Galaxy S 4. Whatever the reason, if it makes the device perform better, then it's all good.