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Quad-core Qualcomm processor of Samsung Galaxy S4 declared 'fastest ever'
Samsung Galaxy S4 is alluring people all over the globe and after being named as the fastest smartphone till date, it is no doubt exciting gadget-savvy people. Shuchi Jain, who is planning to buy a new phone, is waiting for the launch of Galaxy S4 in India. 'It is really exciting to know that such a beautiful phone is equally efficient. Not that I had any doubts but it is really good to know that it has such a good processor,' Ms Jain said.

Primate Labs, makers of GeekBench, compared the Galaxy S4 result from Android Authority to other smartphones and found out that S4 topped the charts and that HTC One was a close competitor, Zee News reported. Apple's iPhone was listed as the fifth fastest phone in the findings, which were posted on YouTube.

John Poole of the Primate Labs carried out the study and also sighted the problems that a fast smartphone can have. As was reported by the Telegraph, he said, “What's not clear is how the Galaxy S4 will handle the increased power and cooling requirements that generally come with faster processors.”

The quad-core Qualcomm processor of S4 has scored a total of f 3163. The phone is yet to be released in India and Samsung loyalists cannot wait to lay their hands on the model. SellMyMobile.com, which compares prices for selling second hand mobile phones, says there has been a 35 percent increase in traffic among people who want to upgrade their Samsung phone after the launch of S4.

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