Samsung Galaxy S IV could come with 5G Wi-Fi Connectivity

Today we reported that the much awaited Samsung’s smartphone Galaxy S IV will be unveiled on March 14 in New York. Now we have found another new exciting information regarding the connectivity feature of the device.

The Galaxy S IV may feature the fastest internet connection with 5G Wi-Fi technology which is known as the 802.11ac Wi-Fi. Besides this outstanding feature, the device is already rumored to come with the upcoming hexagon and diamond shaped pixel layout which will help to become one of the highest resolution displays when compared to other rival products. Like other mobile manufacturers including Nokia and HTC, Samsung may offer a wireless charging module which will be compatible with any standard Qi charger.

The device is also expected to be packed with a 5-inch 1080p display, Samsung’s Exynos 5440 processor, a quad-core ARM Cortex A15-based chip, 2GB of RAM, 13MP Rear-facing camera, Mali-T658 GPU and more.

It is reported that the 5G Wi-Fi technology will let you enjoy 300Mbps maximum speed. The Broadcom BCM4335, which is a combo SoC that offers 802.11ac, FM radio, and Bluetooth 4.0  is said to be coming on the Galaxy S IV.

We’ll let you know when there is any word from the manufacturer about the official specs and price info of the galaxy S IV.

Via: Ubergizmo

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