Samsung has shown off yet another variant of its Galaxy S4 smartphone — this time supporting LTE-Advanced networks.
The “Galaxy S4 LTE-A” adds new features to the existing flagship smartphone and support for doubled mobile data download speeds on the few networks that support it.
The Galaxy S4 LTE-A’s advanced network enables users to experience substantially faster speeds – double today’s LTE speeds – by leveraging carrier aggregation, an approach that combines different frequencies and uses them as one.
The phone also comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 2.3GHz quad-core processor and a long-lasting 2,600mAh battery.
New features for the South Korean market include such as ImageON – analyzes images that users view, then identifies and plays videos related to the image with just one click. A high resolution Digital Media Broadcasting service delivers on-the-go consumption of live television programs.