The Samsung Galaxy S4 is running latest Android v4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) Os. The also features a Maili-T658 GPU, 2GB of RAM, 5.0" Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen plus a 13 megapixel camera for photos and video and a front facing 2 megapixel camera for video chat.
A rich life is one that’s filled with meaningful moments and the GALAXY S 4 captures and shares those special moments. The GALAXY S 4 has the world’s first Full HD Super AMOLED display to showcase images at their very best. Its 5-inch large screen has 441ppi for stunning viewing quality. The Samsung GALAXY S 4 also utilizes Corning’s new Gorilla Glass 3*, making it a durable travel companion for all of life’s adventures.
Sporting a new 13-Megapixel rear-facing camera with full HD 1080p video recording capabilities, there’s also a jump back up to 2-megapixel front-facing camera to take care of all your video chatting.
Other notable new camera features include Eraser Shot which can delete those people who try to ruin pictures by moving in the background, Drama Shot that lets you turn Burst photos into one picture and Sound Shot to record nine seconds of audio and combine with a photo.
On the filming front there’s dual recording to shoot two video simultaneously a new Cinema Photo mode which lets you select which video shots to stay dynamic and still which you can then turn into your very own ready-made GIF.
Out of the box the S4 is running on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean which is the latest version of the mobile OS which include Photo Sphere and Daydream.
The good news for is that the capacity is 2,600mAh and provide more battery performance as compare to galaxy s3.
New Smart features
Samsung has revealed a trio of intriguing new features that we are sure are going to get a mixed response as to how useful they will actually be. First up is SmartPause which essentially halts any video you are watching when you look away from the screen and Smart Scroll which lets you browse through content by tilting the device.
Sharing is big theme for the S4 integrating S Translator to email Chat-On and messaging making it easier to communicate with your international buddies by converting speech to text. On top of that you can now do dual and 3-way video calls, share content on your screen Note-style and annotation that you’ve made to documents.
In the multimedia realms you can pair up to eight Samsung Galaxy S4 devices via NFC to play the same song and for gamers you can also indulge in some multiplayer action with games like Asphalt 7 and Gun Bros 2 over Samsung’s own Wi-Fi technology.
Enhanced Air features
Building on some of the Air features introduced on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 you can now access Air View using your finger by hovering it roughly 2cm off the screen to preview videos or details inside applications like email and calendars without launching them. There is also Air Gesture to scroll up and down while browsing or wave your hand to navigate through your phone or accept a call.
Samsung Optical Reader
One for serious networking folk and travellers, this new feature uses the camera tech to translate text on menus and books or read QR codes and can actually view a business card and know exactly what information it needs to pick out and keep.