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Everyone must have been pretty optimistic over Android’s future with the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S4 yesterday evening, and it does lead us to the question – what would then happen to the Samsung Galaxy S3, the outgoing flagship model? The answer would be this – it will still hang around for some time, and if Samsung has their way, the South Korean conglomerate would also bring along non-hardware dependent features on the Galaxy S4 over to the Galaxy S3.

I guess with that, we can more or less rule out stuff like Air View that requires special hardware to make the smartphone sense just when and where your finger is hovering right above the display, and neither will we see a smart TV remote app since there is no integrated IR blaster in the Galaxy S3. As for the S Health fitness tracker app, forget about it, since the Galaxy S3 misses out on a built-in pedometer. Chances are there that we will see camera features and an improved eye tracking functionality thrown in, and why not venture forward and claim that the Galaxy Note 2, too, will also be a beneficiary of advances made in the Galaxy S4 down the road?

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4 and Samsung. Source: theverge

Key SpecsGalaxy S4Galaxy S3
StatusReleasedReleased
Resolution1920x10801280x720
Size (Diagonal, Inches)5"4.8"
Processor NameExynos 5 Octa 5410
4-core
1.6 GHz
Exynos 4412
4-core
1.4 GHz
Max. Total Storage Capacity128 GB128 GB
Megapixels13 MP8 MP
Battery Capacity (mAh)2600 mAh2100 mAh
Street Price$420$290
Complete product dataSamsung Galaxy S4 Full specsSamsung Galaxy S3 Full specs
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