The battery life of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is excellent. It lasted a full day in almost all instances. But this battery can be seen in other smartphone as well.
Finally, we like more innovations. Samsung says Galaxy S4 is life’s companion. It’s not really as we have other phones already. Galaxy S5 can bring value additions.
|Cell Phone Service Provider:||Straight Talk|
|Cell Phone Type:||Prepaid Cell Phones|
|Model Name:||Galaxy S4|
|Contained Battery Type:||Lithium Ion|
|Connector Type:||1 x Headphone, 1 x MicroUSB 2.0|
|Battery Life:||288 hours Hours|
|Model:||Samsung Galaxy S4 , S975G|
|Number of Megapixels:||13 Megapixel Megapixels|
|Screen Size:||5" Inches|
|Mobile Operating System:||Android|
|Video Streaming Quality:||1920 x 1080|
|Size:||5.38"L x 2.74"W x 0.31"H|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||STSAS975GP4-3|
|Talk Time:||17 hours Hours|
|Features:||Music Player , Bluetooth , Camera , Full Web Browsers , GPS , Dual Band , Wi-fi Ready|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||5.38 x 2.74 x 0.31 Inches|
In drawing our conclusion of the Samsung Galaxy S 4, we find ourselves at an interesting junction: while our geek senses keep tingling at the thought of so many market-topping specs contained within the same chassis, we also aren't overjoyed, per se, with excitement. The design doesn't feel fresh, especially not next to the HTC One, but we can't deny that it's an improvement over the GS3. On the plus side, it has better battery life, the same smooth performance and a beautiful display, and a few diehards will like its inclusion of microSDXC and a removable battery cell. Software-wise, Samsung's brand-new features are innovative and clever, yet most of them don't solve any actual UX problems; they seem impractical and are (in some cases) less convenient than tried-and-true methods we've used in the past.
If you're considering a move from an older Samsung device, the GS4 is absolutely the handset you want. Your learning curve will be minimal thanks to TouchWiz's consistent UI, and besides, it's generally a great smartphone -- heck, the phone itself is the best Samsung handset we've used to date, and it'll definitely give the One a run for its money. All told, both phones have different strengths and weaknesses, so one handset unfortunately won't fit all. But when we compare it to the eye-catching look and feel of the One, we can't help but think of one word to describe Samsung's particular flagship entry: predictable.
For instance, the basic interface of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is much the same as the Galaxy S III. Galaxy S4 is yet to be picked up significantly due its closeness to the third variant.