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Thursday, March 14, 2013

Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. HTC One vs. iPhone 5, Will Samsung Continue to Rule the Universe?

Oh yeah, Samsung Electronics Co finally premiered its latest flagship android phone, the Galaxy S4, which features a bigger display, faster processor and no surprise a litany of new features such as Eye-Tracking and gesture controls , as the South Korean giant challenges Apple Inc. on its home turf.
Packed with a 5-inch screen, a 13-megapixel camera, and either a quad- or octo-core processor (depending on where you are), the GS4 is dressed to the nines with hardware goods. So Today, let’s see how it stacks up against the HTC One, and iPhone 5, two of the most talked about phone of this year, especially the htc one.
Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. HTC One vs. iPhone 5
Software and Features:
Camera Features:  The Galaxy S4 has a 13 MP camera, but the most important features are in the camera software. The S4 sports several new camera software features. Dual Camera combines video or images from the front and back cameras, under a variety of templates. Also included is Drama Shot, which takes bursts of shots and combines them automatically into a collage. The Sound & Shot feature – as you might expect – adds sound clips to still photos. The device runs Android 4.2.2 Jellybean, with Samsung’s Touchwiz UI layered on top.

Other features:  The rumor about the S4's Smart Scroll feature turned out to be legit ... sort of.  It will supposedly scroll web pages and emails up and down without touching the screen, but the technology is based on facial recognition and wrist movement, not eye movement. The Galaxy S4 features a few other facial tracking features, including Smart Pause – which will automatically pause a video you’re watching when you take your eyes away from the screen, and resumes playback when you look back.

Samsung also has added a series of new exclusive features that might add to people's daily lives. S Health takes advantage of the accelerometer in the phone to track your steps and other fitness activity. Like the FitBit or Jawbone Up, Samsung is also getting into the fitness band or tracker market; its products will integrate with the app.

Other apps include S Translate, which can translate voice to text, and Samsung's remote app, which uses the IR blaster in the phone to become a remote control for your TV.

Samsung now hasn't yet announced pricing or specific release info, but it says that the handset will ship globally beginning in Q2, 2013. With the Galaxy s4 which comes with a better screen, a better camera, and some cool new software features, Samsung have a huge opportunity to ensure another huge success. So which one is your favorite among these three smartphones? Thanks for leaving your opinions.

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