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Samsung Gives Us the Best Smartphone Yet, Please Welcome the Galaxy S4

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At the ongoing Samsung Unpacked event, good old Sammy has finally unveiled possibly the most anticipated smartphone to date – the Samsung Galaxy S4. Judging by the specs and features that this fourth generation Galaxy S smartphone, it looks like Samsung has once again eclipsed all other competitors in the market. It may be the best Android smartphone released yet.

All that being said, here are the specs of the new Samsung Galaxy S4:

  • 5-inch full HD Super AMOLED (1920×1080) display
  • 1.9 GHz Quad-core Processor / 1.6 GHz Octa-Core Processor
  • Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS
  • 13MP auto-focus rear camera with Flash and Zero Shutter Lag and BIS
  • 2MP front-facing camera, full HD recording at 30fps with Zero Shutter Lag and BIS
  • 16GB, 32GB or 64GB memory
  • microSD card slot
  • 2600 mAh battery
  • 130g
  • 69.8mm x 136.6mm x 7.9mm

Looks like a fully-loaded handset, right? Of course, it’s pretty obvious that aside from the large screen, Samsung is banking on the superb camera of the Samsung Galaxy S4 to be its major selling point. And that comes by way of its dual shot, dual video recording and dual video call features. This simply means that you can use both cameras of the Galaxy S4 at the same time.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 also supports HSPA+42 and 4G LTE. These simply mean you can use the handset anywhere in the world and you will be assured of continuous connectivity all through out your travel. The LTE feature of the Samsung Galaxy S4 supports up to 6 different bands, letting it work on various LTE coverage areas.

Another notable feature of the Samsung Galaxy S4 in relation to travelling purposes is the S-Translator. This is in addition to the usual suit of S apps that Samsung has already gave us including new ones such as S Travel (Trip Advisor), S Voice Drive, and S Health. S Translator supports up to 10 languages , text-to-speech and speech-to-text. Certainly useful when conversing with local folks in the country where you are travelling. Well, for as long as the language of that country is supported.

So are you ready for the next Galaxy?

Source [Samsung Mobile]

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