The Samsung Galaxy S4 is here
Mobile phone companies are struggling to monopolize the market of wireless communication through all sorts of apps, gadgetry and technology they add to the phones they manufacture. So, us, regular users, find this extremely pleasant, as our lives are literally getting easier thanks to these small gadgets. Samsung is among the world’s leading mobile phones manufacturers and they’ve recently unveiled the Galaxy S4. This fabulous smart phone was presented in New York.
Thanks to a special YouTube channel, millions of enthusiasts were able to watch the unveiling and presentation. The one presented with the job to expose this brand new piece of technological beauty was one of the leaders of the South Korean brand, JK Shin. He had spoken of the new Galaxy as it “incorporates various technologies that our customers who are from different parts of the world demanded of one device.”
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is much thinner and way lighter than its predecessors, boasting a 5-inch screen working at Full HD resolution. The Super AMOLED HD technology it encompasses features a density of 441 ppi pixels. The rear of the phone is fitted with a 13 MP camera and comes with a brand new device that allows the user to record audio while taking shots so that the viewer of the photo is able to not only admire the photo but also to experience parts of the atmosphere in which the photo was taken. There’s also the possibility of deleting certain people from the captured photo. The operating system of the S4 is the latest version of Android, featuring navigation, new hub which separates business from fun stuff, and a separate interpreter.
The Galaxy S4 also comes with the possibility of video chatting using both cameras, This allows you to view both what is in front and what’s behind the phone at the same time. In addition, Samsung has fitted this exquisite smartphone with the so-called “out of touch” management options, which allow the user to maneuver the S4 through various sorts of movements in front of the phone at times when they are busy or their hands are wet. Furthermore, when viewing a video monitor, if the eyes of the user tend to look on, the video is paused and it continues when the viewer looks back at the phone.
The gorgeous Samsung Galaxy S4 will reportedly be available during late April in 3G and 4 G versions, with 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, 16, 32 or 64 MB of storage, 2 GB of RAM, Bluetooth 4.0 LE connectivity, NFC, Wi-Fi, GPS, 12 MP rear camera and 2 MP front facing camera, 2,600 mAh battery and support for microSD cards. The price is to be announced at a later date.