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Samsung Galaxy S4 May Be Luckier Than Note 2 With CMOS Sensor

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The specs in a smartphone are decided based on the timing of the release of the handset. The Samsung Galaxy S4 could be launched within just a few months of the Galaxy Note 2 and this is relevant when it comes to the type of CMOS sensor in the devices.

Samsung Galaxy S4 looks better timed for 13MP camera than Note 2 was

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 comes with an 8 megapixel sensor that will be enough to meet the needs of the majority of people; however you may be surprised to find out that the Note 2 should have come with the option of a 13 megapixel camera if it was released just a few months later. And hence this is said to be coming out on the S4 next year.

The Galaxy Note 2 is one of the best phablets on the marke. The 5.5 inch display is perfect and while some say it is too large for phone calls; owners can do a lot of other things on the handset.

So why didn’t the device come with a 13 megapixel camera option? The answer is simple in that Sony couldn’t keep up with the demands of the 13 megapixel CMOS image sensors that were needed for the Galaxy Note 2. Sony couldn’t commit at that time, however they are now in a much better position to do so reports Product-Reviews.

Demand for the Samsung Galaxy S4 is likely to be massive; we can assume this thanks to the sales of the Galaxy S3. Sales are likely to be even better with the S4 thanks to the track record we’ve seen with successors in the S-series.

The blog points out that an image had been posted online which shows the spec sheet for the Samsung Galaxy S4 and it also pointed towards a 13 megapixel sensor.

Cameras aside, there have been rumours going around that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will come with a flexible screen of 400ppi and that the device will be bezel free. Another rumour is that of a quad core Exynos 5450 processor. All in all this appears to be building up to a stellar Android.

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