Games like Infinity Blade are really demanding.
This is the phone I want to buy. So I really hope it comes with all the features ?leaked? as wireless charging, flexible display and a higher capacity battery.
But for some reason a doubt has started to rise in me that at this speed of releasing or ?pushing? the new hardware out there is NO opportunity left for slotting in so many innovations.
Or may be Samsung is thinking it is NOT worth releasing so many features in one model saving them for later.
These phones are released so often because there are people (like myself) who have recently had their contract expire and who are in the market for a new phone. And there are still people who don't have smart phones at all, who will be impressed by the new phones they'll see on commercials.
They are not releasing this phone with the expectation that the primary buyer will be SG3 owners. Buying every iteration of a model is an Apple phenomenon.
Now THIS would be freaking awesome if it was that easy. Phone dock to turn your phone into a PC box... this would make me buy it. If Ubuntu could pull this off smoothly, I think finally they would become a major player in the "desktop" arena.
Found a pic here of said setup concept: http://www.gizmag.com/ubuntu-for-android/22400/
The hardware still has a long way to go (that's not even mentioning the software optimisations). As long as the phone's aren't super-fluid, there's room for improvement.
Heck, the coveted iPhone5 with it's proprietary iOS still lags on basic OS tasks.
Time is money. Time spent waiting on your phone is time lost.
the current CPU can run infinity blade just fine though.
I find this interesting: http://www.anandtech.com/show/6768/samsung-details-exynos-5-octa-architecture-power-at-isscc-13