Samsung Galaxy S4 – Demo and a quick glance over Specs
Samsung announced the “Next Big Thing” – Samsung Galaxy S4. Looking at the specs and demo, it seems like an amazing device – a smartphone that we haven’t seen so far. It is undeniably a spectacular mix of hardware and software based on Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2.
Samsung also put together a quick infographics showing the hardware specs in one easy to read format. (Embedded below)Now I know what you’re thinking – will you get any of these features on your Samsung Galaxy S3 or Note 2, Samsung just confirmed that some of these features that are not hardware dependent will become available on previous flagship devices. Be happy – Samsung got you covered.
PCMag spoke with Nick DiCarlo, Samsung’s vice president of portfolio planning, at tonight’s event, and he said that many of the software improvements in the Samsung Galaxy S4 could make their way into existing Samsung Galaxy S3 phones. “Anything that we can do that’s not dependent on hardware like infrared, we’ll definitely bring to all the flagship devices,” he said.
[via PC Mag]
Don’t forget to check out the 4 minute demo video on YouTube showing some of the cool features of Samsung Galaxy S4.
Samsung Galaxy S4 brings a ton of feature and software upgrade that are unheard of today. Some of them are mentioned below:
- Entertainment Features
- Dual Camera
- Sound and Shot
- Drama Shot
- Group Play
- Story Album
- Samsung Hub
- Social Feature Updates
- ChatON update brings video calls and screen sharing.
- Samsung Translator brings Google Translate like features.
- Smart Sensors
- Smart scroll / Smart pause
- S Voice is updated to become S Drive for a perfect driving companion
- Air View / Air Gesture
- Samsung Watch On
- S Health
- Adaptive Display
- Adaptive Sound
You may read the complete details of these feature on the Samsung Galaxy S4 Product information page. From the specs it seems like a really fantastic device. It should be available sometime in April 2013 from all major US carriers.
What are your thought? Are you ready to trade-in your old iPhone yet? What feature impresses you the most?
[Infographics via Samsung Tomorrow]