Samung is to put a quad-core Exynos processor in the Galaxy S4. Faster speeds, bigger screens, higher video resolution (higher camera pixel resolution) and more memory are coming soon to consumer phones. With greater advances in technology, it was inevitable that today’s smart phones would also improve.
According to the guys from Android Community the Galaxy S4 is going to be sporting the Exynos 5440 Cortex-A15 processor. Thanks to Cory Gunther at Android Community for providing the link for the Exynos 5440, which helps to confirm some of the rumors and potential use for the Galaxy S4.
A few of the questions come down to what the new S4 will look like, how much RAM, hard drive space and the processor speed will be at launch. The guys at GSM Arena are suggesting that it will be the Exynos 5450 processor (quad-core) with a 13 MP camera, a new Super AMOLED screen with a near 5” screen size and of course 1080p with 441 ppi display.
One of the more exciting rumors is that the S4 will include the latest Android operating system, Key Lime Pie. It would be interesting to see what improvements and additions Google makes to the next version.
This is all rumor mill for now but will hopefully be confirmed by Samsung in the near future. Maybe Samsung will inform all the phone junkies out there at the CES this year?