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We heard some last-minute rumors that Samsung's shiny new flagship, not even released in every market, is getting a special Google Edition. Well it's true, boys and girls: the Galaxy S4 Google Edition is real, and it's going to feature the same stock Android experience as Nexus devices. The GS4 Google Edition will be sold through the Google Play Store with the same AT&T and T-Mobile bands as the Nexus 4, plus LTE support.

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Aside from the software, it's the same great GS4 hardware you're used to, complete with 1080p Super AMOLED screen, 16GB of storage and the coveted SD card slot. Naturally, the bootloader will be unlocked, and the device will receive prompt updates from Google. The price is a wallet-straining $650, and it will go on sale on June 26th in the US. So far, only the white model has been shown. International availability has not yet been discussed. Who wants one?

Jeremiah Rice
Jeremiah is a US-based blogger who bought a Nexus One the day it came out and never looked back. In his spare time he watches Star Trek, cooks eggs, and completely fails to write novels.
  • Bariman43

    I guarantee the reason it's $650 is because of that overpriced LTE chip.

    • sri_tech

      Nope. Samsung is selling the S4 for $800 in India and it does not have LTE chip.

      • Bariman43

        That tells me nothing other than the exchange rate in India.

    • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

      I guarantee the reason it's $650 is because Google isn't subsidizing the lack of profit like they did with the Nexus 4 and doesn't want to compete with the S4's primary models and carriers. It's politics, not technology.

      • Bariman43

        Fitting since LTE comes with a whole new set of politics on its own.

  • sri_tech

    Why would any one buy this when you can get two nexus 4's for that price?

    • Bariman43

      Because OMG LTE. People go nuts over it.

      • http://twitter.com/zephiK0 William

        Nexus 4 already has LTE. You have to do a hack and use a .33 or below radio.

        • http://www.facebook.com/TromboneJuan Juan De La Rosa

          ^ this is true

    • Freak4Dell

      Some people have more money than sense.

      • Henrique

        Yeah, specially because Sense is pretty bad on the One.

        ...I'll show myself out.

    • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

      I can think of a few reasons. They won't get me to switch, but they're at least somewhat compelling:
      1. Faster processor.
      2. Expandable memory.
      3. Higher-res screen.
      4. Swappable battery.
      5. LTE.
      There might be more. Again, I love my Nexus 4 and I'm happy I bought it. But I can see the potential draw for some.

      • feres13

        You forgot the camera

      • Goldenpins

        The nexus 4 has a 1080p screen not sure why your saying "higher res screen".

        • Dakota Brown

          The Nexus 4 does not have a 1080P screen. The GS4 screen looks soooooo much better.

          • http://twitter.com/WeiZhu4 Wei Zhu

            "Some observations have indicated that the unaided human eye can generally not differentiate detail beyond 300 PPI". -- From wikipedia.
            And Nexus 4 has 316 PPI. Maybe your eyes are special, but stop using soooooo many soooooos.

        • http://www.facebook.com/alfuen00 Alberto Fuentes

          Nexus4 resolution is 1280x768

        • Derail Doax

          Yeah... The Nexus 4 has a 720p screen. Sorry.

          • http://twitter.com/WeiZhu4 Wei Zhu

            The difference is marginal anyway. My 24" monitor has 1080p and I never find it unable to show me the details I want. You need to first upgrade your retina to properly enjoy a 4.7 or 5" device with 1080p. I do enjoy my HTC one, but believe the 1080p resolution to be an overkill anyway.

        • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

          The Nexus 4 has a 720p screen. Try again.

      • NexusKoolaid

        Also...

        Better camera.
        No glass back to shatter.
        IR Emitter.

      • duse

        Yes, but the official Nexus phone will get all these things (except for expandable memory and removable battery) with its next update later this year. So unless you can't wait 6 months, you're literally paying 300 bucks extra for SD card and removable battery (not to mention a crap menu button that probably won't do ANYTHING in the newly redesigned Google Maps that doesn't have an action bar). No thanks.

        • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

          Maybe. We'll see. The Nexus line doesn't have enough history to prove that, really. Only the Nexus One was truly ahead of its time. The other models have each been either slightly behind or merely in-line with what was standard at the time. The S was built off the Galaxy S which was already outclassed when the Nexus S hit, the Galaxy Nexus was outclassed almost immediately, and the Nexus 4 was pretty high-specced, but had a few identically-specced competitors.

          A lot of people have been wowed by the S4. A ton of people wanted one with stock Google. I can see the draw.

          • duse

            The S4 is not ahead of its time either, it's in-line with today's specs and has identically-specced competitors, as was the Nexus 4 like you mentioned. There's no reason to believe the next Nexus phone won't have equally good specs relative to its peers at the time when it's released.

            I do understand people being drawn to both the S4 and AOSP, but I still feel they would get most of the same things out of the next Nexus, except for removable battery and SD.

    • http://www.facebook.com/alfuen00 Alberto Fuentes

      Because Nexus4 is old and limited and cheap, and a product for you!, this is a product for differtent people. thats why!

      • Ivan Myring

        Yeah, six months old with a 1.5 GHZ processor and 2 GB RAM. What a price of shit! FUCKING MORON

  • Mikken

    Price's a bit steep compared to the Nexus 4. But I hope that if they embarked Samsung on this, other manufacturers will follow. This handset is not important, it's the trend it can establish. Imagine a play store full of different phones, all unlocked all recieving updates from the mothership... DROOL!

    • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

      I'd love to see this become a trend. Every major manufacturer makes their hardware available to Google to release as an Android Experience device. An HTC One with this would be great. Future LG models.
      If this replaced the Nexus concept, I wouldn't be too angry. I'd be disappointed to lose the subsidized pricing, but the amazing flexibility of it would be great.

      • Mikken

        Specially cool for smaller manufacturers that can cut their software budget (G basically does the software side for them) and have a chance against established players. Samsung takes this as an experiment, but it could be a boom for HTC or Blu or others. I think it makes sense.

      • Ian Huey

        Every manufacturer should make the ability to have a vanilla Google experience a standard option on their devices regardless of carrier.

    • Duncan Jaffrey

      Thats the trade of with experience devices, you get stock OS with high end, thus cost, hardware.

    • GazaIan

      As steep as the price is, this is almost a breakthrough if you ask me; we can finally have the big devices getting support from Google, and this handling updates way better than others. Obviously not every manfacturer will be on board with it, but with Samsung as a start, hopefully others will follow, and we'll have a ton of phones getting Nexus treatment.

      This kinda sucks though, because now we have two versions of a stock OS for one phone, which might bring up more confusion among your casual users. But, still, it's freaking awesome.

      Now if HTC and Sony would jump on board, that would be freaking awesome. Maybe even ASUS, especially since they're already quite close to stock.

    • sgtguthrie

      I'm almost inclined to buy an s4 this way just to encourage them to continue this trend ;-)

      If they sell a shit load of them, it should tell them something!

  • Marcell Lévai

    Dear Google and Samsung, just shut up and take my money :P

  • Steven Carter

    $650 equates to roughly £427 Uk. Thats not bad considering it retails currently offline for £579

  • http://www.facebook.com/georgealexiouvalentey George Av

    HOLY ******** SHIT O_O <3 Thank You Google. Just don't fuck up the camera quality like AOSP Roms do..

    • edude03

      It probably will, the problem is that OEM use closed source libraries to do image processing.

      • http://www.facebook.com/georgealexiouvalentey George Av

        ^that is probably true. Personally, i'd wait to see the comparisons between the two S4's..

  • dylan84

    Price is REALLY steep. Not really worth it in my opinion. There's nothing in that phone that makes it worth double the Nexus 4.

    • jonathan3579

      For the people who complain about limited storage, no LTE, camera quality, and non-removable batteries - BOOM! Now you have an answer.

      • ANex

        I am one of the people you mentioned, but is it really worth the price?

        • Hats

          So basically you want the better processing power, bigger higher resolution display, enhancable storage, LTE, better camera quaity, removabe battery to come at a similar price tag like the Nexus 4 which lack all those improvements?

        • PhillipCun

          people are bitching at the price? This is how much unsubsidized phones REALLY cost. it balances out if you go with tmo's new unlimited no contract plans since they took the "subsidy fee" out of the plan price. remember, carriers might discount the phone during purchase, but you sign a 2 year contract. They still charge you for the rest of the phone through the monthly fee. Thus paying for unsubsidezed phone and going with tmo's new plan will yield the same price over a 2 year span.

          • http://twitter.com/TwinShadow_SH Ryan

            There's one tiny difference with T-Mobiles payment plan. Sure, you can pay it over the course of 2 years, but they also give you the option to pay it off even quicker if one chooses to do so. So, if you don't want to pay for 2 years, put in an extra payment between months and you'll only have to pay for about 16 months or even less. All depends on how one wants to do it.

          • Matthew Fry

            And 0% interest.

      • Goldenpins

        The camera quality is okay on the samsung one but considering Google wants to work on a better camera ill wait for another full blown Nexus.

        • s44

          This *is* the better camera.

          • Goldenpins

            They stated they want a Nexus that has a superior camera based off the X phones. Read some back articles.

    • Goldenpins

      I agree 100% I might have considered it till when I saw the price and I own a Nexus. Might have bought it for at least $400-$450.

    • http://www.facebook.com/alfuen00 Alberto Fuentes

      Price is fine is a FLAGSHIP, even HTC ONE or XPERIA Z are in the same price mark, surely nexus5" its going to be cheap (most part of this because google absorbs part of the cost) but surely under the standar of the rest flagships why??? becuase NEXUS is a different philosophy and market strategy CHEAP AFFORDABLE and GOOGLE experience. not state of the art technology super cheap!

  • Derek B

    Nothing for VZW?

    • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

      You can't really easily sell an unlocked device for Verizon. You can with a GSM as you can slot in any SIM card you wish.

      • http://www.facebook.com/alfuen00 Alberto Fuentes

        ATT&T version will be compatible with CANADA LTE carriers, MEXICO telcel, PuertoRico claro, and even TANZANIA carrier, its the same i337-i337M device

        • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

          What's your point? Verizon is CDMA. Are all of those carriers CDMA?

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=58400438 Gary Graf

            You actually can swap Verizon sim cards since LTE came out. I upgraded to a S3 from a Galaxy Nexus. All I did was swap out the sim card.

          • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

            Yes, but that has nothing to do with GSM compatibility.

  • gladgura

    A Sprint version would be cool, so I can activate it with Ting BYOSD.

  • http://www.facebook.com/rmkattan Rami Kattan

    What about battery? will it be removable?

    • http://twitter.com/ImSteevin ImSteevin

      Yes, it's the same device

  • ricardo rodriguez

    Yes by long pressing the menu button you can access recent apps like on the nexus..this can be done on the current S4 as well.

  • http://twitter.com/ImSteevin ImSteevin

    They said it would be updated as updates came out from google, yes

  • Matthew Merrick

    I wonder if this is gonna be a snapdragon 600 or an exynos octa GS4?

    • geepat

      I believe this is a Snapdragon because of the LTE bands. Not 100% sure though.

      • barnassey thomas

        The samsung Octa supports all LTE bands. Problem is they are having manufacturing issues which is the reason why Samsung chose the qualcomm solution.

        • chenxiaolong

          The Exynos Octa has the capability to support an LTE modem which supports all LTE bands. But as far as I know, only the Korean models include the LTE modem.

  • ricardo rodriguez

    Damn this is so tempting got my wife the S4 and I love the screen. I have a Nexus 4 and it works great. Have to see the reviews first

  • http://www.youtube.com/kimirPORTALS kimir

    Now you might have more than 8 gigs internal!

    • jonathan3579

      And SD card support for a "Nexus" device. I know this isn't officially dubbed a Nexus but still...

      • Ivan Myring

        Yeah, I was just wondering if it would get updates for as long as a proper nexus.

  • biggerguysf

    Way too much, and not leaving Sprint, so doesn't even warrant a read unfortunately. :-(

    • Derail Doax

      Yes it is expensive, but a change away from Sprint might be the best thing for yourself. I have a HTC One on Sprint and a Galaxy S 3 on T-Mobile, and Sprint really should be ashamed of its network. When I'm in the middle of Seattle and I get 20Mbps on HSPA+ on my GS3 but I get 150 Kbps on my One it makes me want to cry.

      • biggerguysf

        Good point. I get 4g here in SF everywhere except for my freakin' apt.

  • waruna eranga

    HTC One google edition pls..

    • bluevoodo

      wouldnt it kill all the closed source software optimizations done to things like the camera?

    • http://twitter.com/snookasnoo Idon’t Know

      HTC already said they aren't doing it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/alfuen00 Alberto Fuentes

    Nexus 4 and the whole line of nexus devices are affordable because google absorbs part of the cost, its a philosophy and market startegy this products have their costumer base, make the galaxy s4 google edition aims for a different market for people that can afford a 650 phone without thinking of the price and turn it in a full google experience, its a great idea, plus unlocked phone, unlocked bootloader and a great phone with all the full options of a flagship, i hope other companies join google in this like a htcone google edition or a xperia z, that would be awesome, and as the keynote said "the same updates time of the nexus family" so no more fragmentation!

    • Ivan Myring

      That would be quite good. Can't see why people are saying this is so much better than the N4. Given that they are for different demographics and the fact that the nexus is older, of course they are different. However I'm wondering how long they will get updates.

  • New_Guy

    Nah, there's a lot of people that actually like the hardware buttons. It's good to have the variety.

    • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

      Perhaps. But I'd be far more interested in it if it didn't. I find the on-screen buttons are a lot more versatile and better for Now.

      • http://GPlus.to/Abhisshack Abhisshack

        plz find other phones and leave this phone for us who likes and wants hardware button , enter your filthy nose somewhere else

        • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

          You're a peach.

  • mauric

    Will this mean flawlessly working ROMS for the normal S4?

    • http://twitter.com/RobGT81 Rob Munro

      Lets hope so!!

    • Damien

      That would make my choice to the S4 the best ever! Imagine perfectly running cm builds for once!

  • http://www.facebook.com/TromboneJuan Juan De La Rosa

    An extra $300 from n4 for LTE and removable battery? meh.

    • ssj4Gogeta

      And a faster processor and an SD card slot, and a higher res screen and a better camera and an infrared blaster...

  • Jack

    how will the samsung haters play this one?

    • mauric

      it's still plastic...

      • jonathan3579

        But... that's a valid complaint. Other than that, there's really nothing else that one could complain about.

        • MSmith79

          That and the price. Better specs than the Nexus 4...but not twice the price better.

  • Lex_407

    You can....root it. It's just that easy.

    • sssgadget

      Slower updates.

      • Matt McKee

        If it's the same hardware, porting it over should be nothing.

        • kroat999

          yes but they have not anounced if it is the Snapdragon or the exynos version

          • Josh

            I can't imagine it'll be the Exynos

          • chenxiaolong

            You're right. The Exynos models don't support the AWS bands, which are needed for 3G/HSDPA/LTE for TMobile (in most areas).

    • Squiddles

      With the AT&T versions locked bootloader? Sure there's an alleged hack for it, but I wouldn't want to have to rely on something like that.

  • PhillipCun

    Yeah I was hoping it wouldn't have any buttons or any branding in the front. like a true nexus

  • http://www.facebook.com/alfuen00 Alberto Fuentes

    I prefer hardware buttons, dislike onscreen buttons that steals screen and turns devices in weird aspect ratios or resolutions

    • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

      I've almost never seen such an issue. And the versatility more than makes up for the odd issues that now occasionally crop up from hardware buttons in an OS designed for software buttons. Plus the easier access to things like Google Now. The buttons were a major component in me buying a Nexus 4.

      • Dan

        So buy a different phone. Welcome to Android.

        • http://turbofool.com Jarrett Lennon Kaufman

          I did. WTF? Is expressing our tastes and interests suddenly off-limits in comment threads?

          • http://GPlus.to/Abhisshack Abhisshack

            WTF? Is expressing Dan's comment / feeling about your comment (or anybody disagree with you) and interests suddenly off-limits in comment threads?

  • http://www.facebook.com/max.geier1 Max Geier

    GOOGLE Y U NO USE HTC ONE?

    • http://www.facebook.com/alfuen00 Alberto Fuentes

      Because HTC ONE cant be produced fast, like it happends to LG nexus4, product delays, no stock, no parts, thats why a beautiful anodized alluminium body that u cant produce in time cant win thats why!

  • sam

    Is this the quad or octa version?

    • MSmith79

      Quad. US is quad only.

  • http://twitter.com/JazzEspresso JazzEspresso

    F....ck! shi...ty plastic S4 is now 'new' Nexus??? what the heck happened next Nexus?? a big disappointment here...

    • jonathan3579

      This is NOT a Nexus device. It is a device with the Nexus user experience.

  • Brian Bentsen

    Yep, hopefully this is the beginning of what will be common practice for high end devices - one standard edition and one nexus-y. I love my Nexus 4 but it's good to know I probably have more choice when it's time to get a new stock Android phone.

  • bgeek1

    Need a much lower phone price or at&t plans that discount once I'm out of contract.

  • a

    I just gut the s4 yesterday,ahhhhhh.

  • NexusKoolaid

    Removable battery. SD Card. LTE. Much better camera. Even an IR emitter, lol.

    Yeah, the price is steep, but I'm seriously considering this.

  • Tommyboygs3

    Damn that's awesome!!!! I want it/ need it! Too bad verizon never a gets anything cool like this. They too worried bout their droid line. 6 more months, then here I come att n google gs4!!!!

  • Derp

    Hmm while im doubtful it will happen, maybe this will sell enough that google can have more leverage to force carriers to stop messing with software.... the fact that carriers let apple do what they want while shoving bloatware on android and delaying our updates by months is ridiculous .... fingers crossed

  • Jonathan

    I want one but it is to expensive for my wallet. But it is great to see that OEMs are taking the plunge into doing this. Since no new Nexus phone was announced I may pick up a Nexus 4 instead since it will be just as good for me.

  • wideopn11

    It still has buttons on the front, no thanks. Where is the Nexus 4 LTE?!?

  • David Hart

    I'm very thankful that Google's willing to employ a SD slot into it's market lineup.

  • SomeGuy112

    I doubt this phone will sell well..

    • Guest

      Isn't it also on T-Mobile and AT&T on contract? I think that's what I heard, but I may be wrong.

    • http://www.facebook.com/matts.lindmark.7 Matts Lindmark

      You buy it outright and put a decent prepaid plan on and the calculation is then:

      $650 + $45 x 24 = $1730

      A carrier edition like the AT&T is:

      $200 + $100 x 24 = $2600

      Total savings off contract = $870

      So it is cheaper to buy the Google Edition than one of the carrier editions.

  • Ivan Myring

    Waiting for the nexus 5 to replace my nexus 4. Don't need this. 16GB is enough and with my over clocked 1.9GHz N4 it is very fast with decent battery.
    Also too expensive.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=506195779 Bryan Pizzuti

    Looks like I'll be buying this after I use my renewal to get the Optimus G Pro. Almost seems like a waste....almost. :)

  • Bleakvision

    Googles relationship with Samsung is getting more and more abusive as the years go by.

    We went from Nexus S, to Galaxy Nexus to just plain Galaxy S4.

    At least we know who has the pants on in this relationship...

    • http://twitter.com/ToysSamurai Toys Samurai

      Looking from another perspective, Samsung always reserves the better hardware for its S line. The Nexus S's hardware wasn't as good as the S2. The Galaxy Nexus wasn't as good as the S3. Granted, the 2 S-phones launched later than their Nexus cousins. This time, at least the hardware is comparable.

      As I mentioned above, though, I wonder if Bluetooth 4 LE is available on the "Nexus S4".

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1745689461 Hal Motley

    I don't know, ~£437 is a lot to spend on the Galaxy S IV and it doesn't have features I really desire such as soft-buttons and >=32GB internal storage.

    Having said that not having to deal with Samsung's TouchWiz UI (that I call TouchPiss) and having a guaranteed unlocked bootloader alongside the marvelous specifications including the screen, do justice on my decision.

    I guess I'll have to look at UK availability of course.

    • http://twitter.com/ToysSamurai Toys Samurai

      I don't know why you think it doesn't have soft-buttons. Given that the S4 only have 1 physical button, I fully expect that it will have all 3 standard soft buttons, plus a dedicated home button -- which will be perfect for Google Now.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1745689461 Hal Motley

        I haven't seen an Android device that combines both together. Anyway it's just an I/O announcement so I can't give it complete criticism. I just want a new Nexus device...

  • Duncan Jaffrey

    finally the Android Experience devices are coming.,,,,,

    Premium hardware, AOSP and timely updates. Is this not the best of both worlds?

    it will also help with fragmentation,

    I agree this should become a trend. OEM's submit devices to become AED (android experience deceives) and we all win.

    sploosh.

    • felipecn

      This still haven't got the Premium Hardware :P

      I still want a Sony or HTC Nexus...

  • Matthew Fry

    Ahahaha. Again, CDMA providers are screwed. Just give up, Sprint/Verizon, and switch to VoLTE as soon as possible.

  • Pallab Saha

    Does anyone know if the Camera of the google verson is similar to the official verison of the S4

    • http://twitter.com/ToysSamurai Toys Samurai

      The hardware is probably the same, but you probably should have an expectation that all the Samsung enhancement to the camera apps will be gone. On the other hand, I fully expect that you can find some creative people in XDA back porting those features into this version of S4. What I am not so sure are support for the underlying hardware that aren't in AOSP. For example, there are sensors that you couldn't find in any Nexus, and last but not least, the TouchWiz S4 support Bluetooth 4 w/ LE Profile. The AOSP Bluetooth spec, may I say, is like a prehistoric creature -- I wonder if the "Nexus S4" would keep that or not. My guess is "no", but who knows.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Wesley.DaNomad Wesley Da’Nomad

    Just pull the ROM off there, port it to Sprint 32GB (Where the fukk is the 64GB?) SGS4... and you may have a deal.

  • RajivSK

    I really hope that's the case as I've gotten my S4 this morning..

  • http://twitter.com/ToysSamurai Toys Samurai

    Now that I digest this piece of news, I think it gives a little bit of hint on the relationship b/w Samsung and Google. Unlike some analysts thought, it seems the two companies are still pretty close. Look, Google could easily go to HTC, and order a whole bunch of HTC One, and snap the stock Android on it. These days, I bet HTC wouldn't mind taking another million of order from Google. But Google didn't do it. Instead it went to Samsung instead. Unlike HTC, Samsung has no financial problem to begin with -- its brand is already so strong that this deal doesn't benefit them much (Let's face it, Google will never sell that many "Nexus S4".) In fat, it may actually dilute its Galaxy S brand. Still Samsung is ok with that. I think that it at least suggests the two companies are still pretty fond of each other.

  • Someone

    I presume the applications that run the IR and perhaps Paywave would be included?

  • Paul

    What i would love to see now is something like another Xperia Ray, XRay maybe, hehe.
    A device BELOW 4", with a Snapdragon 400 proc, removable battery, sd card slot, buttons like the old Ray had, and of course as a Google Edition.
    Actually i think every manufacturer should release Google Editions only, and provide their own home screen/software as Add-Ons.

  • JG

    Just to make 100% sure... It'll be able to run on their 4G HSPA+ networks as well as their LTE networks, correct...

  • Constantine Smith

    This would be great if this happened to all the new flagship phones. Than you could really see what people want. GS4 w/ Touchwiz or GS4 Vanilla, HTC One w/ Sense or HTC One Vanilla and so on and so on. Plus hopefully it would drive down prices which would help get ride of contracts. How are you going to contract a phone for $200 when you can buy it off contract for $250-$350.

  • Srinath

    This very much reminds me of the rumors before the N4 launch, that Google was going to 'certify' devices as nexus models, The 'nexus program' . Was this it?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Richard-Markert/100001113752823 Richard Markert

    Completely uninterested in this as a 16gb model for this price.

  • Simon Liu

    Bam, instant stable build of any aosp rom incoming to gs4 users. Wonder if it's exynos or snapdragon

  • Josh

    I just bought my S4 so I do I get screwed on the google edition?? not fair or right

  • anshul singh

    when this gs4 google edition will be available in india ????? please do reply regards

  • dhruva

    im willing to bet that google is going through all this, so when they sell moto x, its a level playing field for other manufacturers.

  • Saiprasad Prabhu

    Any Idea About Pricing And Relase Date In India ??