Galaxy S4 Release Date Specs, Price, Review:

Samsung biggest release for this year its Samsung S4. It is no doubt that the best smartphone of tis year will be Samsung Galaxy S4 will doubtless be popular but is it the best smartphone of the year, and is the new features are just cool. The brand has not radically changed the design of the phone compared to last year's Samsung Galaxy S3.
To look closely we can see that the Samsung S4 has definite style improvements, with straighter lines and a sleeker, more serious look to it. But it's the same gloss plastic finish.

Now lets see the specifications on one of the hottest Android smartphone in the market.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Full Specifications

  • 1.9 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Krait 300
  • 2 GB RAM
  • Qualcomm Adreno 320
  • 5 inch Full HD Super AMOLED Capacitive
  • Touchscreen Display
  • 1080 x 1920 pixels Screen Resolution with Corning
  • Gorilla Glass 3.0
  • Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with TouchWiz "Nature
  • UX" graphical user interface
  • 13 MP Primary Camera with Full HD Video
  • Recording
  • 16 GB Internal Memory (Expandable upto 64 GB)
  • NFC, 4G LTE

As you can see, the device is a heavy power machine. There isn't much between the S4 and its big rival at the checkout: the Samsung is free on deals. SIM-free.
Samsung has worked hard to justify such a huge outlay, and has delivered record-breaking benchmark performance, an excellent camera and an improved exterior. We like many of TouchWiz's more sensible features, and the microSD slot and removable battery appeal.
In several key areas, however, Samsung hasn't quite hit the mark. The screen isn't as impressive as the HTC's panel, performance isn't flawless as benchmarks, and most of the Galaxy's touchless features are destined for deactivation.
And then there's the "wow" factor we expect from flagship devices. The Galaxy's exterior is better than ever, but its plastic shell can't hold a candle to the HTC's stunning, sturdy aluminium frame.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is one of the world's best smartphones but unlike its predecessor, it isn't the best. It's a close-run thing.

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