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I think XDA should get into Betting!

$100 on it not being Snapdragon please the post above hit me.. Sound quality is very important, almost forgot about that... Wonder how Sony is at it ummm

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samsung announced that want to sell 100million galaxy s4!!. but with this screen i dont think so. i think ita just a rumor and hopefully we see amoled and exynos:thumbup:
99% of smartphone buyers haven't a clue what screen technology their phone has, or care.

Irrespective, they'll sell like mad.
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99% of smartphone buyers haven't a clue what screen technology their phone has, or care.

Irrespective, they'll sell like mad.
Precisely. They only really care if the display looks good or not, and not the underlying technology that powers it.

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Considering that the Octa uses almost 5W when maxed out, I think it will be a good thing for everyone if they went with the Snapdragon. Besides I think the 600 is going to be really great for developers(especially for CM), as most phones in 2013 are going to be using them. The Snapdragon is also supposed to be 40% faster than the previous S4 Pro, so that means that it'll be pretty much on par with a fully fledged A15, while consuming less W.
The Snapdragons are nowhere even near A15 performance, maybe the S800 but that's still away.

Compare with Tegra 4:

The Octa would be only 100MHz lower than the T4. Still regardless, you can compare that to the S600 scores, at least on the CPU side.

5W at load would be good. The 4210 peaked at 3.5W without the GPU, it was a hot phone, but it was usable. We're probably seeing higher peak dissipation than that. Average consumption would be fantastic due to the A7's though.

Anyway we'll see.

On one hand we have Samsung doing their PR release of the Octa and touting their 4.99" screen behind the scenes, and ARM employees basically sure of themselves confirming that it'll ship this spring, but that was a few months ago. OLED association actually confirmed the S4 having that screen back in November but none of the news sites caught that.

On the other hand we have sensible reasons, and supposedly leaked and credible benchmarks pretty much confirming the S600, plus several other reports.

In my opinion it's not a Galaxy S phone anymore and they should call it something else. I wouldn't release it like that.

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Precisely. They only really care if the display looks good or not, and not the underlying technology that powers it.

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The uninformed user prefers the colourful and deeper blacks of AMOLED displays, don't think that many people beyond enthusiasts really care that much for "accurate" colours. An S-Stripe display as on the Note 2 has no disadvantages over any LCD.
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The Snapdragons are nowhere even near A15 performance, maybe the S800 but that's still away.

Compare with Tegra 4:

The Octa would be only 100MHz lower than the T4. Still regardless, you can compare that to the S600 scores, at least on the CPU side.

5W at load would be good. The 4210 peaked at 3.5W without the GPU, it was a hot phone, but it was usable. We're probably seeing higher peak dissipation than that. Average consumption would be fantastic due to the A7's though.

Anyway we'll see.

On one hand we have Samsung doing their PR release of the Octa and touting their 4.99" screen behind the scenes, and ARM employees basically sure of themselves confirming that it'll ship this spring, but that was a few months ago. OLED association actually confirmed the S4 having that screen back in November but none of the news sites caught that.

On the other hand we have sensible reasons, and supposedly leaked and credible benchmarks pretty much confirming the S600, plus several other reports.

In my opinion it's not a Galaxy S phone anymore and they should call it something else. I wouldn't release it like that.

The uninformed user prefers the colourful and deeper blacks of AMOLED displays, don't think that many people beyond enthusiasts really care that much for "accurate" colours. An S-Stripe display as on the Note 2 has no disadvantages over any LCD.
There's no such thing as a credible benchmark, they can be faked easily, news sites just find apparent prototype phones in the databases for benchmarks with no name on them. It could have been posted by Bob down the road with a modified build.prop and news sites would cover it.

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There's no such thing as a credible benchmark, they can be faked easily, news sites just find apparent prototype phones in the databases for benchmarks with no name on them. It could have been posted by Bob down the road with a modified build.prop and news sites would cover it.
Bob down the road did an extremely good job in faking OpenGL extensions and Qualcomm driver versions.
 
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There's no such thing as a credible benchmark, they can be faked easily, news sites just find apparent prototype phones in the databases for benchmarks with no name on them. It could have been posted by Bob down the road with a modified build.prop and news sites would cover it.

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Lool....seriously i dont see reason samsung would use snapdragon 600...when they have tegra 4 (if they cannot use exynos)

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Fingers crossed that they get rid of AMOLED....why do people like AMOLED so much? It ages and deteriorates over time causing burn-in marks; it drains 3X more power than modern LCD when displaying lighter colors; it's color reproduction is never accurate; the viewing angle isn't as good as that of modern LCD technologies either.....it's such an immature technology......

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