"Leaked tech specifications for Samsung’s next Galaxy smartphone show it to be a high powered device, with nearly seven times the processing speed of the iPhone 5 and a high-end camera and screen. The device could be an iPhone killer if Apple doesn’t release an anticipated and updated iPhone 5S — even then, the device may be playing catch-up with the specs of the Galaxy S IV and could be more on line with the HTC One.
The premiere of the Galaxy S IV in a little over a week should give a good idea of how strong Samsung will come on for the rest of the year, and any situations arising with Sharp may show how the tides are turning on"...
The specifications on the Samsung device show a 1.8GHz eight-core Exynos processor and 2GB of RAM. It will also taut advancements on the other high spec features expected from flagship smartphones. For comparison, the iPhone 5 has a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and 1 GB of RAM, the Nokia (NYSE:NOK) Lumia 920 has a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM, and the BlackBerry (NASDAQ:BBRY) Z10 matches the Lumia 920, but with 2GB of RAM.
This means Samsung may be coming out with a device with almost seven times the power of the current iPhone. That kind of power could be enough to upset the sales of all the other leading device manufacturers.
google should print ten million volume on the samsung news next week.
google short interest up 22.61% from last month. again not allowed to post Daily Naked Short Selling List. BLOWOUT! jus sayin.
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Consumers will not need powerful, energy consuming processors on their phones. Consumers need phones that will have a battery that will last throughout the day. Most apps will not take advantage of these specs nor require 2 GB of ram. How many apps will most users run at the same time? At some point, the escalation of power is ridiculous, sort of like an oven that can roast at 10000 degrees, or a car that can go 400 miles per hour. Download speeds, voice quality, and phone network reliability are far more important concerns than hardware specs. Hardware is useless by itself. It's the sum of the entire product including user experience that matters.