Samsung Galaxy S IV is sporting an S Pen [rumor]

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The new Samsung galaxy S IV will come to market on April 2013 with an S Pen stylus technology and it is expected to come with a quad-core Exynos 5440 chipset. The core of the device either will use the 28nm High-K metal gate technology or may use ARM big.LITTLE architecture, which is going to utilize an energy-sipping A7 CPU and also coupled with A15 units for performing heavier tasks. According to the information, the Samsung Galaxy S IV will be coming with the 5-inch AMOLED 1080p display screen and 13MP camera.

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The Samsung Galaxy S IV is going to be a first smartphone to launch with an S Pen. The Samsung Galaxy S IV will come with 5-inch AMOLED display and will provide 1080p resolution. The new smartphone will run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS and it will be powered by quad-core Exynos 5440 chip. This chipset might use 28nm High-K metal gate technology or ARM big.LITTLE architecture for the manufacture.

In the big.LITTLE architecture, it might be used A7 processor for power efficiency and A15 processor for task load. The other details about the Samsung Galaxy S IV are it is going to feature a rear, auto focus camera of 13 megapixel and 9.2mm of slightly thicker body. The developing unit is designing this device very much similar to the Galaxy Note.

The biggest advantage to the customer is the S Pen, which enables better touch screen functionality and its make easier some tasks like writing, drawing, and playing certain mobile games. Recently Samsung has announced its new Premium Suite for Galaxy Note devices and it might come with the Galaxy S IV. The Further detail about the Samsung Galaxy S IV has not been declared yet and the current information is simply rumors.

Priyadarshini Pati

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