According to SamMobile, the Samsung could go with Snapdragon 600 quad core chip from QualComm to enable LTE and 3G connectivity for the Galaxy S4.
Another option is using its fastest mobile processor Exynos 5 Octa (8-core) but due to its incompatibility with LTE its use is uncertain.
“Sadly, our insider told us that Samsung is mostly sure to use Snapdragon instead of Exynos,” SamMobile reported.
The Galaxy S4 will be announced on March 14 at an exciting event in New York.
The most awaited Android phone of 2013, Galaxy S4, will be introduced with two colours initially including White and Black with six variants. They include
Galaxy S4 16 GB (White)
Galaxy S4 32 GB (White)
Galaxy S4 64 GB (White)
Galaxy S4 16 GB (Black)
Galaxy S4 32 GB (Black)
Galaxy S4 64 GB (Black)
Storage for Samsung devices is never a problem as there is a removable MicroSD enabling user to extend the capacity.