Google Reveals Samsung Galaxy S IV with Stock Android

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Samsung Galaxy S IVA new version of the Samsung Galaxy S IV is on its way and it’s pure Android. On Wednesday at Google’s I/O 2013 keynote, the company revealed its plans to offer a new version of Samsung’s flagship handset that runs a stock version of Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean).

Google will sell the phone unlocked with 16GB of memory for $650 starting June 26. The device will support T-Mobile and AT&T networks (including AT&T’s LTE). With no subsidies from the carriers, the phone will cost consumers a pretty penny, but those looking to ditch the shackles of the Sense UI may find the device well worth the cost. 



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