Samsung Galaxy SIV Leaks Showing 3 GB RAM Sticker

October 9, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

You might have already read about rumors that heralded the arrival of the new Samsung Galaxy S IV. The device will be in stores by the beginning of next year. A leaked photograph of a Samsung smartphone prototype with touch screen is now out and it shows a 3 GB RAM sticker on it. Will it be the Galaxy S IV?

Though Samsung strongly denies the rumor, it could be just a strategy to hinder such rumors from affecting their future product. Wrong speculations may affect the launch of any product, but for Samsung, will it be an over speculation?

While the SIV remains to be seen as New Year surprise from Samsung, the Galaxy S III sales have hit full throttle.

A few years ago, 1 GB RAM was enough to run a high-end device. Recently it became 2 GB RAM and now it’s getting better. When 1 GB RAM is enough for the current stage of the device what are they going to do with 3 GB RAM? We need to know what other stunning applications are going to be added next? There are other reports saying that Samsung is starting production of 128 GB memory sticks. Will they also be for the S IV?

There are too many things happening. We can’t wait to see the many applications running extra smooth on this device to come.

The buttonless design of Samsung in the leaked image may also mean that the device could be part of Google’s Nexus program. Some reports say that Samsung might display the Galaxy S IV at the 2013 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Let’s wait to know more.

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