Google launches Galaxy S4 smartphone with a tweaked User interface and will come with the Native look as that of Nexus family of devices. Everyone expected for an all new Nexus smartphone from Google but on the devices front, Google has come up with the Galaxy S4 smartphone which doesn’t come with the Touchwiz interface but with the native look of NEXUS family and that too officially from Google. This tweaked version of Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available in the Google PLAY Store for $649 starting in June. This Galaxy S4 version will be coming with the LTE Support and will be coming with the on board storage option of 16GB. This device will be boot loader unlocked and also will be unlocked GSM version which can be used with AT&T and T Mobile. Just in case if you missed, even HTC One Google Edition has been launched.
After the announcement of Galaxy S4 Google Edition, its now been listed in the Google PLAY Store for $649 and for all those who have missed on the specs of this smartphone we have quickly summed it below;
- 5″ HD AMOLED with 1920 x 1080 Resolution,
- 441 PPI,
- Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Processor,
- 136.6 x 69.8 x 7.9 mm Dimensions, 130 grams weight,
- 2GB RAM, 16GB Internal Memory,
- 13MP Front Camera,
- 2MP Front Facing Camera,
- 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 & 5 GHz),
- NFC and Bluetooth,
- Jellybean 4.2 Firmware,
- 2600Mah Battery
This Google’ized version of Samsung GALAXY S4 smartphone will be rolled out initially from the US Google PLAY Store. Gradually, this phone will also be available on other markets. The only sad part of this device is the pricing as it is in lines with the pricing of an unlocked device which Samsung retails with the Touch wiz version. So, you can head over to the PLAY Store to own this brilliant device.