Samsung changes its plans in the last minute
For a few months we have we have been receiving a lot of rumours and hearsays about the eagerly awaited Samsung Galaxy S4. The phone is expected, reasonably, to become one of those devices that will compete for the title ‘Number one on the market’. However, now it appears that some of the things we heard will not come true, as Samsung has decided to change some of the characteristics of its new high-end phone.
The first one is the support of S pen, which will not be available for the owners of S4. Now the company is said to reserve this feature only for the Note series, so those of us who are lucky enough to receive a Galaxy S4 will have to use their fingers on the 4,9’’ capacitive display.
There was another report that Samsung will leave the traditional Home and Back screen buttons in their new product. However, today the news that the company has decided to keep them came out. So those of the owners of Samsung Galaxy S3 or other models that decide on ‘upgrading’ to S4 will not have to get used to the new buttons.
Let’s remind you that Samsung Galaxy S4 is coming with an eight-core processor at 1,8 GHz, 2GB of operative memory, 13MP camera and 4G connectivity. The device is expected to be released on the market about mid-April.