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    Default What variant of the S4 would you like to have?

    By this I mean the processor and LTE, for me id rather the Exynos octa variant, so post what you would like.

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    Default Re: What variant of the S4 would you like to have?

    Qualcomm because it will work with LTE and there will be more development for it vs the exynos
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    Default Re: What variant of the S4 would you like to have?

    It depends upon where you are and what you can afford as well as based upon the initial spec performance measures. In the US, we will have the Snapdragon processor unless you want to get the international version which would probably have to be purchased full retail. Based upon the information to date, the US variant.

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    Default Re: What variant of the S4 would you like to have?

    Quote Originally Posted by DroidXcon View Post
    Qualcomm because it will work with LTE and there will be more development for it vs the exynos
    This.

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    Default Re: What variant of the S4 would you like to have?

    Don't really care, I don't need LTE and quad-core would be enough for me.
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    Default Re: What variant of the S4 would you like to have?

    I will take the Snapdragon 600 w/ 64GB although if I could get the Exynos 5 64GB in the US on Verizon I would definitely take that, bu it will never happen.
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    Default Re: What variant of the S4 would you like to have?

    Well, where I live, you can choose either. so I'm torn... :s
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    Default Re: What variant of the S4 would you like to have?

    Quote Originally Posted by ThisTechBoi View Post
    Well, where I live, you can choose either. so I'm torn... :s
    Luck you wish we could have real options in the US. I would happily import an unlocked deivce but it wouldn't support US LTE which is a problem.
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    Default Re: What variant of the S4 would you like to have?

    Quote Originally Posted by Raptor007 View Post
    Luck you
    Lucky, maybe. But I'm not sure whether to go for Exynos for speed or Qualcomm for support/development.

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