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Samsung's Galaxy S 4 Packs Advanced Camera and Gesture Features

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not impressed


Mar 14, 2013, 10:38 PM
Its too big of a screen... Between s3 and note. Little hardware changes. Android 4.2.2 which I have already on s3 and gestures. I'm gunna wait for this Motorola x phone being talked about. I would have went back to HTC if it had a menu button or something but no.

IMO its nothing much you could have different than a rooted s3 but better world roaming

Mar 15, 2013, 12:23 AM
I currently have the Samsung Droid Charge, essentially equivalent to the S1,...S4 is nice, but once it's out, I think I would be satisfied with getting the S3 at a reduced price.

Likely the S3 will get the Key Lime Pie software upgrade.

Mar 15, 2013, 7:18 AM
should have just named it the note 1.2

Mar 15, 2013, 5:14 PM
What is it that you are missing?

Mar 15, 2013, 10:43 PM
besides the stock 2600mah battery (replaced by my 4200mah battery) and a the better camera. thats really it.

Mar 18, 2013, 6:12 PM
The phones hardware is not that impressive nothing new since Galaxy models are already the beast of Android. There is only so much improvement there. As for the impressive part it is all in the software...

This phones software is superior to any phone in my opinion. That alone has me wanting to buy this phone even though I already have a Note 2.

As for the Battery I can squeeze out about 18 hours of battery life on my Note 2 3100 mah with the power saving mode it offers.

I assume you can reach comparable battery life if you just adjust the settings to meet your specific needs. Not everyone needs to have all the phone features on all the time and most consumers wont use Air Gestures for example.


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