Here you go again. Samsung has just aired a new Samsung Galaxy S4 ad, which not surprisingly pokes fun at Apple’s iPhone.
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These days the comparison of a new gadget with the incumbent are incomplete without the drop tests.
So it was nice to see folks at Android Authority do us a favor and perform a series of drop tests from various heights to find out the durability of the newly launched Samsung Galaxy S4 compared to iPhone 5.
When Apple launched iPhone 5, display experts DisplayMate concluded after extensive lab tests concluded that it had the best smartphone display.
So with the launch of Samsung Galaxy S4, it was interesting to find out how Galaxy S4’s 4.99 inch Full HD Super AMOLED (1920×1080) display with 441 ppi would perform compared to iPhone 5.’s 4-inch Retina Display.
If you’re a tech journalist, you often get courted by hardware makers to review their latest wares. There’s usually a catch though. You can’t publish your findings until an agreed upon time and date. This is called an embargo. According to my Twitter stream, it looks like the embargo for reviews of Samsung’s Galaxy S4 lifted roughly few hours ago. I’ve spent all morning reading a number of them, and here are some snippets I’d like to share.
Apple has a store-within-a-store partnership with Best Buy, which allows it to re-create the Apple retail experience within the retailer’s stores. The partnership has worked out well for both companies.
But it looks like Samsung will also be opening similar store-within-a-store outlets at Best Buy just in time for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 launch, according to a report from Geek.com.
Samsung unveiled its flagship Andriod smartphone, the Galaxy S4 at a media event last week. While the device will be available only towards the end of April, the first Galaxy S4 benchmarks have hit Geekbench.
The Geekbench results reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is nearly twice as fast as iPhone 5. It is also significantly faster than other Android smartphones such as HTC One, and the previous generation Galaxy S smartphone, the Galaxy S3.
Samsung unveiled its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone (or officially called the Galaxy S 4) at a media event at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
It comes packed with tons of features such as 4.99 inch Full HD Super AMOLED display with 441 ppi, 13-megapixel back facing camera and 2-megapixel front facing camera, powered by the 1.6GHz/1.2GHz Exynos 5 Octa processor or 1.9GHz Snapdragon quad-core processor depending on the region, replaceable battery and lots more.
After months of rumors and speculations Samsung unveiled the next generation its Galaxy S smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S4 (or officially called Galaxy S 4) at an event at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
As expected, Samsung Galaxy S4 comes packed with tons of features such as 4.99 inch Full HD Super AMOLED display with 441 ppi, 13-megapixel back facing camera and 2-megapixel front facing camera, powered by the 1.6GHz/1.2GHz Exynos 5 Octa processor or 1.9GHz Snapdragon quad-core processor depending on the region, replaceable battery and lots more.
Apple’s Marketing chief Phil Schiller recently took a jab at Android, tweeting a link to an blog post highlighting the high malware rates on Android devices. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Schiller continues his attacks on the OS, dismissing the notion of Android increasingly becoming a threat to iOS, and maintaining that Apple’s offerings remain superior to that of Google’s.
Samsung’s next generation flagship Android device, the Galaxy S4, is all set to be released on the 14th of this month, and certain features have started leaking out to the press.
It seems that in addition to a really high density screen and an octa-core processor, the Galaxy S4 will also introduce “Eye Scrolling,” a feature that will track the movements of the user’s eyes and accordingly decide where to scroll.