Samsung has released Samsung Galaxy S4 a month ago and no doubt it has the best hardware and technology development that no other smartphone has today in the world. Some features are very impressive and some are not good enough to convince the existing galaxy s3 users to upgrade their handset. Many feel that it is not a worthy upgrade right now but some part of the crowd do want to take advantage of the latest hardware and technologies that Samsung has implement in S4. Here i have some important highlights that shows the comparison of Samsung Galaxy S3 vs S4.
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Samsung Galaxy S3 vs S4 Comparison
There are a lot of smartphone brands that you can choose from, and these include the high-end ones such as the iPhone, HTC, Sony, and Samsung, among others. One of the most favored smartphones by consumer across the globe is the Samsung Galaxy S series, with the Samsung Galaxy S3 bagging the distinction as the bestselling smartphone of 2012. The Korean company Samsung Electronics is set to release its newest flagship smartphone—the Samsung Galaxy S4— anytime soon.
While we already know by common sense that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is poised to be a better smartphone than its predecessor, there is a need to go into the nitty-gritty of the specifications in order to be fully aware of the differences between the two. We offer you an overview of comparisons between the Galaxy S4 and S3 below:
- Samsung’s intention is not to create the most beautiful smartphone in the world, aesthetically-speaking. The Samsung Galaxy S4 is a testament to that statement. Altering only a little the design of the S3, the Galaxy S4 retains the pebble-like feel of the former. It is still made predominantly from plastic and the look seems uninspired. The Galaxy S4 is thinner and lighter than the Galaxy S3, however, with a thinness of a mere 7.9mm and a weight of 130g compared with the S3’s 8.6mm and 133g.
- The Galaxy S4 boasts of a larger 5” screen as opposed to that of S3’s 4.8” screen. it also comes with higher display resolution (1080 x 1920 pixels) and pixel density (441ppi) than the S3 (720 x 1280 pixels and 306ppi, respectively). The S4 is also capable of recording videos in Full HD with 1080p resolution.
- The Samsung Galaxy S4’s performance also gets a boost with an Exynos 5 Octa processor as opposed to S3’s 1.4GHz quad-core chip. The S4 also has a larger RAM—2GB—up 1GB from the S3.
- The Samsung Galaxy S4 also boasts of a better camera than the Galaxy S3. With a 13MP front-facing camera and a 2.1MP rear-facing camera both capable of recording in Full HD 1080p resolution, the S4 allows for a better image and video experience. The S3, by comparison, sports only an 8MP rear-facing and 1.9MP front-facing cameras.
- The Samsung Galaxy S4 runs with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean software, which is more updated than the 4.1.2 version that can be found currently in the S3.
- Owing to the fact that the S4 has a larger screen resolution, there is a need for a larger battery (2600mAh) that the one the Samsung Galaxy S3 has (2100mAh).
Author Bio: Michael H. Morgan is a copywriter and editor who enjoy the challenges of creativity and attention to detail. He writes about a wide variety of topics of interest in the field of technology and current trends in the industry and creates only original content. He also writes about telecommunications and lately concentrates on telephone service providers and would love to hear you on Facebook and Twitter.