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For those of you wondering what’s changed from last year’s Galaxy S3, here’s a quick wrap-up of comparison between the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S3.
There has been some big hardware/software improvements over the last year with the latest Galaxy S4 over the S3, let’s go take a look at some of it.
The biggest difference to your naked eye between the Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy S3 is that you will notice a more rectangular shape on the S4 over the last year’s curvier S3.
And also the screen on the Galax S4 is much more clearer and crisp with full 1080P HD resolution over 720P HD on the S3. Also the latest AMOLED technology uses new pixel patterns that will give you more contrast and vibrant colors while allowing you to save more battery life.
Also, you will notice an extra infrared sensor on the left of the speakers for Air Gestures,
another cool new feature added to the S4 that will certainly make using your life easier when doing some garden work.
There’s also an infrared transmitter on top of the S4 for controlling your TV and other home media equipment.
The Galaxy S4 is slightly thinner and lighter, yet width and height of the phone is nearly identical to the Galaxy S3. From far away, you probably won’t be able to tell the difference between the two phones.
However, holding the Galaxy S4 is much more vastly different from the S3. The flatter edges on the Galaxy S4 makes it more solid in your hands than the S3.
For those of you who want a more “premium” feel, Samsung has definitely listened to you guys, bringing a more solid feel while keeping the size of the phone lighter and slimmer. If the feel of the phone in your hands is important to you, Galaxy S4 simply impresses.
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