Samsung Galaxy S4 – Bitter or Better?
With an aim to supersede the wild popularity of Galaxy S III and bring in new features and tweaks that change the way we interact with our phones, Samsung is all set to debut its much-awaited smartphone – the Galaxy S4. Keeping in line with the latest smartphone trend – “the bigger the better”, the Galaxy S4 handset steadily brings in the same design features as Galaxy SIII, though pushing almost all its specs to an extreme. It boasts of a 5-inch large touch screen along with packing tons of power right under its hood. It has controls that allow you to regulate your phone with waving and tilting motions so that you can focus more on fun and relationships. With a number of upgrades and features that have never been seen in any smartphone till date, Galaxy S4 is all set to become the bestselling Android phone in the market, giving a heads on competition to Apple’s iPhone.
Freshening up the hardware and improving all its technical features significantly, Samsung has build its Galaxy S4 with a Samsung Exynos 5 or Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor with 2GB of RAM and a variety of storage capacities (16GB, 32GB, and 64GB). Other than this, Galaxy S4 offers additional storage in the form of microSD card. The 5-inch full HD Super AMOLED screen with 1,920×1,080 resolution offers both bigger and better resolution. Samsung has also upgraded its smartphone with numerous touting features like gesture controls and built-in temperature and humidity sensors.
Completely reimagining the way you use your smartphone, these gesture controls offer a variety of options like translating messages and e-mails to and from any language, power to switch over to any e-mail to see information that’s hidden behind, and the ability to scroll pages just with the movement of your eyes. The Galaxy S4 will run on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, the latest and the most up-to-date Android till date and offers some of the regular additions like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS navigation.
With a strong focus on camera, the Samsung Galaxy S4 features a well-built 13 megapixel camera that offers dual shot and recording mode. Dual shot lets you combine photos and videos from both front and rear camera into one shot or video; it’s a Cinemagram for your S4.
In all, Samsung Galaxy S4 is a faster phone with better screen resolution, better camera, and oodles of new eye-catching software features that will successfully establish Samsung as a world leader in innovation and technology.