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Published on May 16th, 2013 | by Bibhuranjan Nath

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Google unveils developer edition of Samsung Galaxy S4 at Google I/O 2013

After days of rumors, Google finally revealed the Developer’s Edition of  of Samsung’s latest flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S4, at Google’s I/O developers’ conference in San Francisco.

The device is reported to be running a skinless version of  Android 4.2 Jelly Bean for the complete Nexus experience and will come with an unlocked bootloader so users can get the latest updates quickly as they roll out just like the Nexus phones.

The device will be available for purchase at the Google Play store on June 26th for an off-contract price of $649 and will work on AT&T & T-Mobile networks.

While it’s unclear how much the device has been stripped down,  the device is reported to remain mostly the same. It will also retain its 4G LTE connectivity features and will come with 16GB of internal memory. It will also be a boon for developers since the device is expected to retain the same internal hardware.

 

Samsung Galaxy S4 Dev Edition

 



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