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Samsung Galaxy S4 Review (Part 8)

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Conclusion

When inferring conclusions about Samsung Galaxy S4, we realize an interesting common. While the professional senses continue to be excited with the thought of many market-leading technical specs contained in the same chassis, in fact we’re not too happy or excited. The phone doesn’t feel new, especially compared to HTC One, but we can deny that it’s an innovation over GS3. In positive sides, it has better battery life, the same smooth performance and some of the loyal fans will love the inclusion of microSDXC and removable battery. Considering the software, the new features of Samsung has a taste of refreshment and cleverness, but most don’t actually solve any UX problem; they seem not practical and (in some cases) not as convenient as the tried-and-trued methods we’ve used before.

The phone doesn’t feel new, especially compared to HTC One, but we can deny that it’s an innovation over GS3.

The phone doesn’t feel new, especially compared to HTC One, but we can deny that it’s an innovation over GS3.

If you’re considering upgrading from an old Samsung phone, of course GS4 is the one you’d like to have. The knowledge that needs to be learnt will be little thanks to the consistent UI of TouchWiz and besides, in general it’s a great smartphone – the phone itself is the best Samsung devices we’ve used till now, and of course it will make One stand on fire. In short, the 2 phones have different strength and weaknesses, so sadly none of them will be suitable for all. But when we compare it with the eye-catching design and feelings of One, we can’t stop thinking about a word to describe the special and premium phone of Samsung: predictable.

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·         Price: Different prices

Advantages

·         Excellent 1,080p Super AMOLED screen

·         Camera capturing impressive daylight shots

·         Snapdragon 600 provides stable performance 

·         Better battery life than most of the high-end phones

Excellent 1,080p Super AMOLED screen

Excellent 1,080p Super AMOLED screen

Disadvantages

·         Some impractical and half-done features

·         Boring overall design without any swanky design or feeling

Key points

·         Galaxy S 4 is a more stable improvement than GS3, and is the best Samsung device we’ve ever used, but we’d like to see Samsung release a new design.

Galaxy S 4 is a more stable improvement than GS3

Galaxy S 4 is a more stable improvement than GS3

Samsung Galaxy S4’s specs

·         Dimensions: 136.6x69.8x7.9mm (5.38x2.75x0.31 inch)

·         Weight: 4.59 ounce (130g)

·         Screen size: 5 inch

·         Screen res: 1,920x1,080 (441ppi)

·         Screen type: Full HD Super AMOLED

·         Battery: 2,600mAh Li-Polymer (removable)

·         Internal storage: 16 or 32GB

·         External storage: MicroSDXC (max 64GB)

·         Rear camera: 13MP, BIS

·         Front camera: 2MP, BIS

·         Video recording: 1,080p/30 fps (back); 1,080p (front)

·         NFC: Yes

·         Radio: Different by zones and carriers

·         Bluetooth: V4.0 LE

·         SoC: Qualcomm Snapdragon 600

·         CPU: Quad-core 1.9GHz

·         GPU: Adreno 320

·         RAM: 2GB

·         Entertaining: MHL 2.0, infrared transceiver, DLNA, Wi-Fi Direct

·         WiFi: 2 bands, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

·         Wireless charging: No

·         OS: Android 4.2.2 (TouchWiz)

 

 

 

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