Updated 24 May, 2013, 7:53 pm IST
Is this the Galaxy S4?
| by Nikhil Subramaniam |
With the March 14 announcement drawing close, it is but natural for the Galaxy S4 rumour mill to go into overdrive. But this new one—along with a picture of what is allegedly the S4—is straight out of the blue. And it’s a huge one: according to a Samsung insider who spoke to SamMobile, the company will be ditching the AMOLED and Exynos technology to go with something that is unfamiliar territory for Samsung's flagship devices.
Could this be the Galaxy S4?
Perhaps the most important piece of information from the rumour is that the Galaxy S4 will no longer run on the company’s homegrown Exynos chipset. It is not known whether this is due to the same backdoor exploit related to the Exynos chipset that was seen on some devices earlier this year, but the sources told the website that the decision has more to do with the processor's overheating issues.
We will be bringing you all the news about the Galaxy S4 leading up to the official unveiling. Stay tuned to tech2.
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