News about the Samsung Galaxy S4 has surfaced again today and the latest snippet suggests that it could come with a quad-core Exynos 5450 processor operating at 2GHz and on top of that there would be an eight-core Graphic Processing Unit ( GPU ). We first heard of the Samsung Galaxy S4 back in September this year – more here.
Imagine coupling that sort of power into the Samsung Galaxy S4 which will obviously come as a 4G enabled smartphone just like the current Samsung Galaxy S3 it will replace. The news breaks via GSM Arena after Samsung revealed that the Google Nexus 10 will come powered by a dual-core 1.7 Ghz Exynos processor.
The 4G enabled Samsung Galaxy S4 is rumoured to arrive sometime in the first six months of 2013. Interestingly, this means that this could be one of the first 4G phones to be launched with Vodafone, O2 and Three as they launch their 4G networks around that time.
Of course, such a powerful smartphone will likely gobble up it’s battery life yet if Samsung can push the limits with processing power then why not with battery life too. 4G.co.uk hope this rumour is true as to have a 4G smartphone as powerful as this would take the state of 4G mobile to a new level.