Variations have different features and qualities from the prototypes that they represent. Take the new Samsung Galaxy S4 which is meant for a local audience. Not only does it have twofold the sprinting speed of the original, it is about to enter the scene in South Korea much to the delight of thousands of rabid fans. According toReuters, Samsung is already engaged in contracts and deals with several foreign carriers regarding this new product. The company refused to name the carriers though. Some things are best kept a closely-guarded secret.
This advanced edition of the Galaxy S4 is something that will only exit the Samsung factories. Before this the Galaxy S3 was popular. But it did not gain as much fame as the Galaxy S4 which came out about a month ago. There are already rumors of a full metal body S5 which will be released next year. Meanwhile, the S4 has LTE-Advanced 4G technology in its complex interiority. And if you were wondering what the “LTE” stood for, it is an acronym for Long Term Evolution. Qualcomm chips will energize the phone. A movie that takes 3 minutes to download will now be downloaded in 1 minute flat.
Samsung has faced shortages in its fund base due to the super-saturation of the market for the S4. It has already lost over $20 billion in cold hard cash since this depressing trend. The sales of S4 models have gone down by 30% which is a worrisome statistic indeed. On the other hand, if you look at Apple, it too is facing a slump in the sales of its iPhone 5. However, not all is lost since Samsung still happens to be the proud owner of $195 billion in solid funds that remain its sole financial property.
As for the price fixed for this new version of the S4, it is definitely going to be higher than the original. With the speed being so superfast this is going to be an expensive electronic entity. Furthermore, faster information relay and shatter-proof/flexible screen facilities will make the substitute S4 a gem of a smart phone to use and operate to your heart’s content. And the next step is for 4G technology to go global in the quest for a worldwide target audience.