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With less than a week left for the Samsung's much-awaited fourth-generation Galaxy S device, speculated specs reports have gained more traction on the internet, sending the technology world into a frenzy.

Samsung fans as well as technology critics will be eager to compare Galaxy S4 with rival smartphones and its very own predecessor, Galaxy S3, as well.

Here is a break-down of comparison between Galaxy S3 with speculated features of Galaxy S4:


Galaxy S3

Galaxy S4


4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED

Display with 720x1280p

resolutions(pixel density:

306 pixels per inch)

5.0-inch Full HD Solux Display

with expected 1920 x 1080p resolutions

and pixel density of 441 ppi


 Updated Android v4.2 OS Jelly


It is rumoured to be either Android v4.3

Or V5.0 OS (Key Lime Pie)


1.4Ghz quad-core processor

Still speculated, it may feature either  Exynos 5 Octa-core or Qualcomm

Snapdragon 600 processor with 1.9GHz

CPU speed


1GB (international variant),

2GB in select markets only



16 and 32 GB, both expandable

up to 64GB

Expected to be available in three variants-

16GB,32GB and 64GB


Rear side: 8.0-megapixel camera

Front side: 1.9-megapixel camera

Rear:13.0-megapixel main camera

Front: details unavailable


2100 mAh

2600 mAh


₹28,900/-(recently prices were slashed ahead of Galaxy S4 launch)

Expected to be above ₹42,000

According to recent leaked snapshots of Galaxy S4, the smartphone is expected to feature Samsung's new TouchWiz interface Nature UX 2.0 with fully revamped Menu options against a white background. The images also confirmed that Galaxy S4 will come packed with the advanced eye enabled text browsing software 'Smart Scroll' as well as Smart Pause, Smart Stay and Smart Rotation features.

Its predecessor Galaxy S3 made more than 40 million sales within eight months of its launch. It also took a big bite out of Apple's iPhone market share, leading Samsung to become the world leader in smartphone market.

Speculations of Galaxy S3's successor has garnered huge hype around its debut. But along with its popularity, Galaxy S4 now has a big responsibility to uphold the company's reputation and further widen the gap with its rivals.  

With Galaxy S4 expected to pack the industry's first 8-core processor and Android Key Lime Pie OS, Samsung fans can be rest assured that next generation Galaxy S device will create a new standard in the smartphone business.

The South Korean company has confirmed that it will launch Galaxy S4 at a public event in New York City, reportedly at Times Square on 14 March.

(With inputs from SamMobile)