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Default Samsung Galaxy S IV may feature the 8-core Exynos 5 Octa

We’re quite a ways off from learning anything significant about Samsung’s next Galaxy S release, but some interesting new scoops about the next iteration of Samsung’s flagship smartphone is that it will have an “octa-core” Exynos running the system.

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