Samsung has released its newest flagship, the Galaxy S4 in India. The company revealed that Samsung Galaxy S4 price will be Rs. 41,500, the device has already hit availability status at major e-retailers such as Infibeam, Snapdeal, Saholic and even the company’s very own e-store.
As expected, both blue and white variants have entered the nation, albeit only 16GB models are being listed as of now. The big news however, is that the octa core variant, instead of the quad core one, has made its way into the country.
Revealed for the first time at the much hyped New York hyped event on March 14, the Samsung Galaxy S4 comes equipped with a host of advanced features that are aimed at gaining an upper hand over its competitors which include the HTC One, the LG Optimus G Pro and others. The retailers which are selling it currently are claiming that shipments will be taking fight as early as within two to three business days.
The gadget carries on its front a 5 inched Super AMOLED full HD display that embraces a capacitive touchscreen. Its preferred OS is of course Android, and unlike most of its rivals, it comes infused with the latest version of the Jelly Bean variant – 4.2.2. The Exynos 5 Octa processor makes its way into it, grabbing a setup which includes a quad core 1.8GHz Cortex-A15 chip and a quad core 1.2GHz Cortex-A7 CPU. Its operations are provided assistance by a 2GB RAM.
A 13MP camera with an LED flash can be spotted on its rear side, whereas a 2MP front snapper is also included in the device’s offerings. Powering it from within is a 2600mAh Li-ion battery, and its other important features comprise of Corning Gorilla Glass 3 coating for its screen, Bluetooth, NFC, microSD card support for expansions of up to 64GB, GPS with A-GPS support and GLONASS and more.
As mentioned above, the Samsung Galaxy S4 can be purchased now in the country at Rs. 41,500. The retailers offering the phone have coupled it with their usual Cash on Delivery and EMI options as well. What’s more, Saholic is even pushing in a free flip cover into the mix.