Galaxy S IV to Sport Both Snapdragon 600 and Exynos 5 Octa Processors

The former will be used in the United States, the latter in Europe

  Samsung's Galaxy S IV to pack both Snapdragon and Exynos CPUs
South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung has already confirmed plans to unveil a new Galaxy device on March 14 in New York, with the long rumored Galaxy S IV expected to be officially introduced there, but no specific details on the phone itself have been announced as of now.

South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung has already confirmed plans to unveil a new Galaxy device on March 14 in New York, with the long rumored Galaxy S IV expected to be officially introduced there, but no specific details on the phone itself have been announced as of now.

However, info on the smartphone did emerge via unofficial channels, and the latest bits suggest that it will pack both a Snapdragon 600 processor and an Exynos 5 Octa chip inside.

Depending on the market in which it is released, the handset will sport one of these, with users in the United States said to be able to enjoy only the former, a JPMorgan analyst suggests, according to taipeitimes.

With nothing made official on the matter for the time being, it remains to be seen whether Samsung will indeed choose to go this road with the next flagship device.

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