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  1. ericreinhardt

    ericreinhardt Well-Known Member

    As I was looking on my phone to upgrade my phone I see a 32 gb white frost and black mist galaxy s4 for 299.99. When I try to do it on my computer i dont see it only on my phone. Looks to be real soon.


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  2. jhawkkw

    jhawkkw Chinchillin' Moderator

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  3. curtisdr

    curtisdr Well-Known Member

    * Ooops *
  4. rushmore

    rushmore Well-Known Member

    ......... Well, now I want the S4 with the Snap 800 in it. S3 and S4 are the same chipset family, but the Snap 800 is newer and shinier..... :) ;)

    Future speak: Verizon announces S4 Super: 16GB October 2013 and 32GB July 2014 ;)
  5. SpenceJT

    SpenceJT Member

    While I'm excited, I would really like to wait and see until the 64gb comes out in late August/early September.

    A few weeks back, I had spoken to a Verizon rep manning a kiosk in a Target store, who infringed me of the impending 32gb release. I asked him about the 64gb and he said late August/September timeframe.

    I would have posted it as an unsubstantiated rumor here, but didn't want to dance the scrutiny. :)

    So now I'm putting it out here since he was right about the 32gb s4, the 64gb version "should" stiff later this summer.

    I am seriously biting on the 32, and buying into any service plan that Best Buy may have, which allows for an upgrade. ...I just wouldn't be able to root it until I settle on my final phone.
  6. rushmore

    rushmore Well-Known Member

    Not so fast on the newer and shinier as far as the Snap 800. Though Samsung mentioned it was built with a new process and would be better on battery, the chipset uses the same 28nm process as the 600. Not seeing how the same 28nm process with a much faster gpu and faster cores will get that or run cooler. Seems it will run hotter.

    I think I fell for the marketing BS they pushed out. Perhaps the LTE is a newer process. Seems this is all not adding up.
  7. Sandroidfan

    Sandroidfan Well-Known Member

    Snap 800 is also manufactured on 28nm process according to Wiki and TSMC site. But it's on the newer process node called HPm allowing for higher clock speed at the same power level.

    So I don't think battery life on snap 800 will crush snap 600 though it will be faster with better CPU/GPU, higher clock.
  8. rushmore

    rushmore Well-Known Member

    HPm sounds like a fancy semantics term for dynamic core throttling.
  9. tytlyf

    tytlyf Well-Known Member

    If there's no difference with the phone besides memory, why spend $50+ for 16GB extra?
  10. SpenceJT

    SpenceJT Member

    Um ...so someone can have extra memory for additional applications perhaps? :D
  11. rushmore

    rushmore Well-Known Member

    Verizon is now sold out of the 32 gigabyte version until July 8th. I tried to next day ship one, but too late.
  12. WalkaboutDavid

    WalkaboutDavid Well-Known Member

    Personally, I had anticipated that 16 GB would be more than enough. I have zero interest in games, and memory was never a constraint on my Droid 3 (which had only 8 GB). I simply installed all my music, videos, photos, and other big files on the SD card.

    But, GOOGLE is clearly not interested in promoting phones with external storage any more and music or movies from the playstore can't go on the SD card (at least not without using a PC as a go between, or rooting).

    I am beyond the 14 day return period but I got my phone at COSTCO. I called them about an hour ago and they agreed to swap my phone for the 32GB model. The big problem now is that they also do not have that model in stock.
  13. KryptoNyte

    KryptoNyte Well-Known Member

    I was under the impression that there is an update coming that allows us to do something similar with a $15 sdcard. I know it's not exactly the same, but a hundred bucks for 16GB of flash memory?!?!
  14. WalkaboutDavid

    WalkaboutDavid Well-Known Member


    The update is supposedly going to allow you to install applications on an SD card, but not the data that comes with the application (which is the real issue for gamers). Also, GOOGLE PLAY still won't let you store music or movies on an SD card.

    Granted, most of us have tablets for watching movies and a many of us have no interest in games. IN that case, I think 16 GB of Ram (with a flash card for photos and most music) should work fine.

    $100 for 16 GB of RAM is a ridiculously poor value though. VZW stores didn't even stock the 32 GB S3 for that reason.
  15. curtisdr

    curtisdr Well-Known Member

    If you're paying the no-contract price, it's only an extra $50.
  16. KryptoNyte

    KryptoNyte Well-Known Member

    Whoa, so you're saying that even after this update, 3 gigabytes of GPS map data is still going to be required to reside on the phone?
  17. WalkaboutDavid

    WalkaboutDavid Well-Known Member

    I don't know about that one. I suspect that is the case though but I would be lying if I said I knew for sure.
  18. drpotter2807

    drpotter2807 Well-Known Member

    forgive me for being behind on the latest news.... but any idea when the update is coming? I am not a gamer. I have moved all my pics/music/etc. to my 32 GB card.. but for some reason I too am almost out of on board memory on my Verizon 16GB. I was trying to figure out how to upgrade to the 32 GB without shelling out another $699 bucks and trying to sell my current phone. (i bought off contract)

    But if there is a solution coming...

    Suggestions?
  19. WalkaboutDavid

    WalkaboutDavid Well-Known Member

    That doesn't sound right. Given what you are telling us about what is on your phone, you should have about 7 gb free.

    Download a memory utility, like the free one by Sandisk, and find out what is eating all that memory.
  20. rushmore

    rushmore Well-Known Member

    Anybody else get theirs? I was dead wrong about the S4. The demo units I used appear to have been the problem. The S4 is the best device I have used to date. Though it has the same radio reception as the S3 (exact same), the device is better in every way. I posted a comparison that is in another thread, but even that needs updating. S4 is growing on me more, even though already rocked on first day.

    Just wish I did not update, since root might be dead for good. Works GREAT, but prefer the option to root. Word.
  21. Eloquence

    Eloquence Well-Known Member

    I got my S4 32gb on Tuesday. It's amazing and I could not be happier. It's an evolutionary step, but a great one. I have rooted and installed the Google Edition ROM and this thing flies. TouchWiz slows this phone down greatly.

    Do yourself a favour, get rid of touchwiz, it slows everything down! :)

    Fly S4, fly!
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  22. rushmore

    rushmore Well-Known Member

    I use Nova and is speedy. I do not have root though (did the update) and would have preferred a Google rom. I guess I am out of luck in that regard now.
  23. ericreinhardt

    ericreinhardt Well-Known Member

    Just received mine Thursday and im loving it...
  24. SpenceJT

    SpenceJT Member

    Placed my order late on Friday afternoon. How long did it take for delivery?
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