Friday, 15 March 2013

Samsung Galaxy S4 - Eye-tracking smartphone landed



The long waited Samsung Galaxy S4 unveiled by Samsung yesterday on March 14 2013 at Radio City Music Hall in New York. The new smart phone, Galaxy S4, with features like photos
 with sound from a 13MP rear-facing camera, language translation, group media streaming, infrared gesture control and more.


what is new with the S4?

The S4 is still impressive light, weighing in just above 130g, with new addition of a solid metallic banding around the side of the phone. It's also slimmer than Galaxy S3, the previous version the has been released back 2012, with the phone measuring 136.6x69.8x7.9mm alongside packing in full 5 inch HD Super AMOLED screen.

Hardware 


One of the few major hardware features Samsung introduced was the S4's cameras. A dual-camera mode can capture images from both the 13MP rear-facing and 2MP front-facing cameras, allowing the photographer to be in the video or photograph. Therefore, users can also add audio to still photos, along with other advanced software functions.

The 5-inch, 441 pixel-per-inch Super AMOLED display on the S4 includes "Air Gesture" capabilities that allows users to interact with the screen without actually touching it.

Rounding out the new component set is a plastic body measuring 5.3 inches long by 2.7 inches wide and 7.9mm thick. The S4 runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean out of the box on a 1.9GHz quad-core or 1.6GHz octa-core processor and comes with 16GB of storage standard, with options for 32GB or 64GB, while all models come with a MicroSD slot. Powering the device is a 2,600mAh battery.


Please see below YouTube video first look on Samsung Galaxy S4 from AndroidCentral.





Summary

Overall, it seems that Samsung is banking on software improvements and innovations to drive sales, as hardware enhancements were largely iterative. 

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Source: CNET


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