Samsung Galaxy S4 will Not Feature Exynos 5 Octa Processor & Amoled Screen

The Galaxy S IV will no longer use the Samsung EXYNOS 5 OCTA Processor. According to the latest rumors this processor has overheating issues. Today we can confirm Samsung will use the Snapdragon 600 and it is clocked at 1.9Ghz Processor which is 0.2 Ghz higher than the HTC One & 0.4Ghz higher than Xperia Z. The Galaxy S IV will have 2 GB of RAM and will come in three variants 16, 32 or 64 GB. As the rumor earlier reported Samsung is going to use a Full HD display. The Galaxy S IV uses a 4.99-inch Full-HD SoLux Display we have no information if this is based on LCD3 like the HTC One.

Samsung Galaxy SIV Leaked Image

We also know more about the build and dimensions of the device. According to the rumors dimensions of the device are 140.1x71.8x7.7mm and the weight is 138 gram, the new Galaxy S IV will use a home button and will have touch buttons. If you look at the photo above you will see that it will be square formed again, so they dropped the Galaxy S III design line. The Rumors also suggests that the sides are made from aluminium but the back is still plastic which automatic hints to a removable battery which is good to know.
Below you can also see some images, which were clicked from SIV. After Viewing the Images it was confirmed that the SIV will have a 13 megapixel camera.
If the rumors are right again then, this is a bad sign for all the EXYNOS and AMOLED freaks out there. Below a list of the confirmed specifications through us right under the specification list you will see the boot screen photo.
- 4.99-inch Full-HD SoLux Display
- Snapdragon 600 1.9 Ghz Quad-Core Processor
- 2 GB RAM
- 16, 32 or 64 GB Internal Memory
- 13 Megapixel Rear Camera
- 140.1 x 71.8 x 7.7mm
- 138 gram
- Home button with touch buttons
- Plastic back with aluminium sides
- Removable battery
- Black / White
Samsung Galaxy SIV Camera Sample

Samsung Galaxy SIV Camera Sample

Samsung Galaxy SIV Camera Sample

Samsung Galaxy SIV Camera Sample

Samsung Galaxy SIV Camera Sample

Credits - Sammobile