The much-awaited Galaxy S4 mini has arrived. Samsung Electronics has announced the Galaxy S4 mini, a compact version of Samsung’s flagship smartphone, Galaxy S4. The Galaxy S4 mini has a 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED display and weighs 107g. The pint-sized version of the Galaxy S4 is powered by a 1.7GHz dual-core processor and has 1.5GB RAM. It runs Android 4.2.2 OS.The phone has an 8 megapixel rear camera and a 1.9 megapixel front-facing camera. The Galaxy S4 mini has an internal memory of 8GB (user-accessible is approximately 5GB). Its memory can be further expanded up to 64GB using a microSD card. The smartphone comes packed with a 1,900mAh battery.
A flagship mobile that is designed to revolutionize the way smartphones are used in everyday life, the Samsung Galaxy S4 is not simply smart, it is technology that changes lives. The S4, touted to be a life companion, operates on the Android v4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system and employs a first-of-its-kind, super powerful Octa Core processor, comprising of 1.6 Ghz Quad and 1.2 Ghz Quad processors, backed by 2 GB RAM and boasts of PowerVR SGX graphics for performance, speed and functionality which are literally off the charts.
Samsung Galaxy S4 is a phone riding high on hype, much of it justified. All top Galaxy phones have been market leaders so far. Packed with unique features and powered by top hardware, Galaxy S, Galaxy S2 and Galaxy S3 have been best-selling Android phones in their category. Galaxy S4 is supposed to not only match the popularity of its older siblings but also surpass them.
So does Galaxy S4 meet these expectations? Is it the best Android smartphone yet? Is this the phone to beat? Short answer: Yes. Mostly. For long answer, read on…
Samsung came out with the Galaxy S4 smartphone as a successor to it’s wildly popular Galaxy S3 phone. I am a proud owner of a Samsung Galaxy S2, I did not buy the S3 as I was a bit tight on money when it was released and I was more than satisfied with the S2. Yes, the S3 had bells and whistles that excited me, but the core needs of a smartphone were and are satisfied by the S2. Now that the S4 is out, will I buy it? Continue reading