The Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE is powered by a Quad-core 1.9 GHz Krait 300 CPU processor with 2 GB RAM. The device also has 16/32/64 GB internal storage + microSD (up to 64 GB) and a 5-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen (1080 x 1920 , 441 ppi) display. It has a 13MP rear camera and supports Wifi, NFC, GPS, 3G and 4G LTE. It packs in a Li-Ion 2600 mAh battery at 7.9mm device thickness and weight 130g, running on Android OS, v4.2.2 (Jelly Bean), upgradable to v4.3 (Jelly Bean).
The latest Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE price in Malaysia market starts from RM2380. It is available in White Frost, Black Mist, Aurora Red (AT&T only), Arctic Blue, Purple Mirage, Brown Autumn, Pink Twil colours.
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Unlike the Samsung Galaxy SIII, the Samsung Galaxy S4 / S IV uses a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 screen. According to the screen's tech specs it provides even better scratch resistance with a 40% reduction in visible scratches and a 50% enhancement in retained strength after the glass becomes flawed. Rather than just trust all these specs, someone decided to try it out for real using:
Recently, it came to light that Samsung and other mobile manufacturers were cheating current mobile benchmarks by upping processor performance each time these benchmarks were run on their devices. While this isn't something new in the tech industry, quite a lot of people were shocked, declared they never use benchmarks anyhow and made a general fuss about the whole issue. A startup called GameBench who have direct working experience with both ARM and MediaTek recently made an "uncheatable" benchmark for mobile gaming. The beta version of this GameBenchbenchmark was then run on the Samsung Galaxy S4 (the Snapdragon 600 version) and HTC One, two of the most contested smartphone models of last year (and supposed to have cheated previously). Turns out that the performance of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is still better than the HTC One (and closer to the original "cheating" scores than previously thought of). Check out the charts in the article.
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