Samsung Galaxy S4 has come at a time in the industry when phones like Sony Xperia Z , Nokia Lumia 920 and HTC One are ruling the roost. Samsung Galaxy S4 is successor to one of the most hailed phones Samsung Galaxy s3. After hands on experience and plethora of reviews we have to come to a conclusion that though Samsung Galaxy S4 is terrific phone but it is less than expected. Just like its predecessor Samsung Galaxy S4 has the home button and screen button at same place and in terms of design both the phones are not much different. That being the case in terms of design Samsung Galaxy S4 doesn’t get much brownie points from our side but yes it is the features and lighter weight which gets S4 applauds. As pointed earlier features like Smart Stay, Smart scroll really step up the game for S4 but [+more]
With the Samsung Galaxy S 4 revealed to the world yesterday in NYC, both AT&T and T-Mobile now have signup pages. All that is required is for you to submit your E-Mail address and they will notify you when the Galaxy S 4 is available for purchase (or possibly even pre-order). Unfortunately, no further information is listed, such as a price or date; and you may notice that Verizon and Sprint have yet to post a signup page – though with history as a guide, we’d expect them to eventually.
All eyes are going to be at the iconic Radio City music hall in New York on March 14th as Samsung unveils its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, to the world. The event is going to be one of the biggest in the tech world and fans across the world can check out its live broadcast. Read: LG Optimus G Pro Vs Sony Xperia Z Vs Samsung Galaxy S3: Can The Galaxy S3 Hold Fort Until Galaxy S4 Gets Here? Even though the phone is yet to release, the internet is flooded with numerous rumors about its capabilities. So if this is how much publicity the phone has managed to garner even before its release, we wonder just how big a limelight it will capture after its launch. Is archrival Apple equipped to handle one more attack from Samsung on its iPhone 5? If it was the Galaxy S3 [+more]
Samsung Galaxy S4 would come with another feather in its cap, this time it is a health pad accessory. Akin to the one which was about to come in Samsung Galaxy S3, this app would let you measure your blood pressure, glucose levels, BMI, pulse rate and so on. If Samsung is able to pull this feat, than Samsung Galaxy S4 with S-pen and S- health would be lethal competition to beat by Apple iPhone 5S.
Some interesting piece of news regarding Samsung Galaxy S4 is coming in from New Zealand. Some hints have been thrown by a mobile retail store in New Zealand. A couple of photos of an internal raffle doc suggest that Samsung Galaxy S4 may hit shelves on April 8. The other source of rumor s coming from a UK retailer which are pointing to April third week launch of Samsung Galaxy S4. Speculation that Samsung Galaxy S4 would launch in a low key event at Apple’s home turf in the Silicon Valley. So is Apple geared up with Apple iPhone 5S and 6?
The rumor bells have been ringing loud now and the Samsung Galaxy S IV looks like a soon-to-be reality. In fact, insiders have been saying how excited the Korean smartphone maker is at the prospect of seeing sky-high sales per month, post-launch of the Galaxy IV. A month alone could see atleast 10 million pieces being sold worldwide– as a latest snippet from a reliable portal reveals. If you are keen on knowing how the company could gain such confidence in selling something that has not had a real-time outing, look at the past records for Samsung Galaxy III and II. Figures, they say, speak it loud. As consumers, we are bothered about how good the gadget could be to go. For now, we have been calmed with promises of 4.99-inch screen coupled with resolution that is Full HD 440PPI resolution. A power packed Exynos Octa 5 eight-core 1.8GHz chip [+more]
Now these phones haven’t yet launched into the market, nor is there any form of confirmation from either Apple or Samsung about these products. But the rumors mills are working overtime speculating about which of these flagship phones will emerge the winner in 2013. From the specs that we’re hearing, we doubt if the iPhone 6 would be able to even come close to what the Galaxy S4 promises to achieve. Why do we think so? The Samsung Galaxy S4 is rumored to have a 5-inch display with a resolution of 441 ppi. But that’s not all – powered by a quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM, it could run the new Android Key Lime Pie version too. Additionally, we can expect to see unique features like wireless charging, S-Pen functionality, and capabilities to record videos and click images simultaneously at HD resolution. Now, if these features really will [+more]
A few days earlier we broke the news of Samsung Galaxy S4 coming in April 2013 but it seems the release date of the phone has been shifted to May. It was yesterday the Samsung Lebanon leaked the release date of the phone on its Facebook page. According to Samsung Lebanon Facebook post the phone is coming out in May 2013. Just to refresh the specs of the new flagship phone of Samsung , the Galaxy S4, would have a 5-inch display, a quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM. As is Samsung’s design, we can hope to see even a microSD card slot in this phone. According to rumors, the Galaxy S4 will run on Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.
The year has barely begun when the tech world has become abuzz with rumors about what Samsung will bring out next. After the much celebrated success of the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2, tech fans are eagerly awaiting the Galaxy S4. So, we decided to jump on the bandwagon and compare the upcoming (rumored) Galaxy S4 with the current hottest Samsung device, the Galaxy Note 2. There are many rumors that peg the release date of the Galaxy S4 as sometime in end-February, during Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona. However, Samsung has not yet confirmed any of these rumors, so we’re not really sure if there’s any truth in them. Given that the Galaxy Note 2 was launched in late 2012, it comes as no surprise that it will end up competing against the Galaxy S4, whenever it releases. Dimensions: The Galaxy Note 2 has a separate [+more]
2012 hasn’t ended yet, but we’re already looking forward to 2013. While this year was the year of Samsung, what with its successful smartphones the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2, we can’t wait to find out what the world’s largest maker of smartphones has in store for us next year. We’ve heard rumors of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4, and based on what we’ve heard so far, we decided to pit it against one of its toughest competitors, the iPhone 5. Read on to know the juicy details. On the outside: Like we said, we don’t really know much about the Galaxy S4 yet, but rumor has it that it could be 9.1 mm thick, which makes it thicker than the Galaxy S3 and even the iPhone 5. We’re expecting the Galaxy S4 to have a brilliant 5-inch full AMOLED HD display with a resolution of 441 ppi [+more]