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The Galaxy S4 may carry an MRP of Rs. 42,000 but will probably be sold below Rs. 40,000.
A source with knowledge of Samsung’s launch schedule has revealed that the Galaxy S4 will be hitting store shelves in India on April 27 for a price that’s under Rs. 40,000. While speaking to IBN Live, the source revealed that at launch the Galaxy S4 will carry an MRP tag of Rs. 42,000 but will be made available for less than Rs. 40,000.
The Galaxy S4 is the latest flagship smartphone from Samsung’s stable and was unveiled worldwide at a launch event held in New York on 14th March. The Galaxy S4 boasts of a 5-inch full-HD super AMOLED display and is powered by a 2600mAh battery. The new Samsung flagship smartphone runs on an Exynos 5 octa-core processor and 2GB of RAM. Graphics are handled by a PowerVR SGX 544MP3 GPU and imaging by a 13MP primary camera and 2MP front camera.
Samsung has also revealed some of the new features that will be introduced with the Galaxy S4. These include Smart Translator, a speech to text and text to text translator that supports 10 languages; Smart Pause, a feature that pauses a video automatically when the user’s eyes move away from the video; S Voice Drive, a better optimized GPS navigation app which accepts voice commands; and Eraser, a feature built into the camera that lets users erase unwanted elements from a captured photo, among others.
We hope to get our hands on a Galaxy S4 soon, so stay tuned for a comprehensive review.
Source: IBN Live