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Old 25th February 2013, 09:40   #1
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Default Samsung Galaxy S IV to ditch Exynos and AMOLED?

Much of the hype surrounding the recent rumors regarding Samsung's Galaxy S IV had the latest flagship sporting an Exynos 8-core chip along with other Samsung-specific tech, but some fresh rumors has it that the S IV may actually abandon core Samsung-developed tech in favor of components from other firms.
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