Reigniting reports that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will land as the first handset to boast an eight-core processor, new reports have suggested that the Exynos 5 Octa Processor, unveiled by Samsung at CES 2013, will feature on the as yet unconfirmed Samsung Galaxy S4 first, marking the device out as the most powerful to date.
Playing host to four high-powered Cortex A-15 cores and four, more power conscious Cortex A-7 cores, the Samsung manufactured Exynos 5 Octa Processor will help offer increased performance whilst keeping battery drain to a minimum, a combination that is arguably the holy grail of smartphone usage.
With Samsung claiming that the new Exynos 5 octa-core processor will use a much as 70 per cent less power than previous chipsets, it is expected that the long awaited Samsung Galaxy S4 could comfortably top the one day battery drain issues that affect a number of modern smartphones.
With Samsung Galaxy S4 kicking into overdrive in recent weeks, latest reports have suggested that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3 follow-on will touch down in the coming months with a high-end collection of features that will help expand the continuing success of the Samsung Galaxy S brand.
Although some reports have suggested the device will sport a new flexible and unbreakable display, these claims have been largely rubbished due to the high production costs associated with such a revolutionary move.
Elsewhere, further Samsung Galaxy S4 rumours have tipped the far from confirmed handset as sporting up to 2GB of RAM, with an all new form factor, which is set to feature a reduced bezel, playing host to an expansive 4.99-inch Super AMOLED display with a 1080p Full HD resolution and stunning 440 pixels-per-inch image density.
With Samsung Galaxy S4 release date rumours suggesting that the South Korean company will formally unveil the device in a post MWC 2013 dedicated launch event in March or April, the Samsung Galaxy S4 features list is expected to be complimented by a pair of improved camera options. Whilst a 13-megapixel snapper has been tipped to line up on the device’s rear, a second, 2-megapixel camera is believed to be heading for the handset’s fore.
What would you like to see feature aboard the heavily rumoured Samsung Galaxy S4 at launch? Would an octa-core processor be atop your list or do you see this as little more than overkill? Let us know via the Trusted Reviews Twitter and Facebook feeds or through the comment boxes below.