The Galaxy S4 has support for Multi-lingual voice recognition and can also track whether you are looking at the screen or not.
We have all been waiting for 14th of March when Samsung would finally unveil its new flagship device – the Samsung Galaxy S4. Finally the day has passed, and we will soon have the next generation smartphone from Samsung in our hands. It was said that the Galaxy S4 was one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year, and it would establish a new era for smartphones. Now that we know the complete specifications and features of the Galaxy S4 and what it looks like, it’s time to decide whether this next generation smartphone is really what everyone was expecting it to be.
Most of the technical specifications that were rumored about the Samsung Galaxy S4 were true. In fact, the Samsung Galaxy S4 seen in most of the leaked images happens to be the actual device itself. The Galaxy S4 has a 5-inch Super AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The Galaxy S4 has a pixel density of 441 pixels per inch. This means that the HTC One still remains the king of display with its mighty 468 ppi pixel density. The Galaxy S4 has the Exynos 5 chipset which consists of two quad-core processors, GPU and 2 GB of RAM. The device provides in-built storage options of 16, 32 and 64 GB and also provides a micro SD card support of up to 64 GB. It has a 13 MP rear camera and a 2 MP front camera. The device runs on the latest version of Android operating system – 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and has a powerful 2600 mAh battery. In spite having such a powerful configuration and a 5-inch display, the Galaxy S4 manages to be super light in weight and slim as well. The device weighs just about 130 grams. Apart from the basic tech specs, there is a lot more to the Galaxy S4 that might catch your attention.
The Galaxy S4 has support for Multi-lingual voice recognition and can also track whether you are looking at the screen or not. The device will automatically pause videos, turn off the screen etc. when you are not looking at it. The Galaxy S4 also allows you to use ‘Air Gestures’ using which you can use your phone without touching the screen, all you have to do is wave your hand over the screen. Do check out the Galaxy S4 and let us know if you think it has what it takes to dominate the market of next generation smartphones.