we might be getting with the newer Galaxy S4 Active.
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AT&T has launched two special offers. The first of these special offers deals with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 tablet. Specifically, the potential of grabbing the tablet for free. This offer, as one may have guessed, does involve the purchase of a smartphone.
Samsung is at it again, churning out multiple variants of some of its more known brands. But this smartphone that has just received Tenaa certification has left us scratching our heads. Not only is the name of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Mini quite a mouthful, its watered-down specs make us wonder if it will even sell at all, especially considering how its larger sibling didn't exactly become a hit.
Samsung high-end devices who are itching to get their hands on the latest Android 4.3 version might now have their need satiated, that is if the devices were purchased from AT&T. Several builds for Samsung's Android 4.3 update have been leaked and are ready to serve the AT&T Galaxy S III, Galaxy S 4, Galaxy S4 Active and Galaxy Note II.
Samsung has the Galaxy S 4 and the Galaxy S4 Active. Both sport many of the same features, however the latter is a model that is able to withstand some water. Aside from being fairly comfortable in water, the Galaxy S4 Active also has a different appearance. Based on reports of success from the S4 Active, it looks like Samsung will be bringing some additional Active models in the future.
Galaxy S 4 flagship and hardy Galaxy S 4 Active, are definitely no exception. But now owners who purchased said devices under AT&T and Verizon have a safer resort with Safestrap, allowing them to boot custom ROMs without removing the stock image.
Galaxy S4 Active was going to get a processor bump in the past. In fact, details suggesting the handset would arrive with a Snapdragon 800 processor turned up in some benchmarks back in early-August. Well, flash forward till today and it looks like that Galaxy S4 Active reboot may be happing sometime soon.
reports surfaced that Samsung and AT&T would be allowing one-time replacements for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, should a user have an issue where the water resistant capabilities weren't up to par. The details were from a random tipster, which had us questioning things, but after reaching out to Samsung ourselves we can now confirm this is indeed an option.