Introduced Samsung Galaxy S IV




Introduced Samsung Galaxy S IV
Introduced Samsung Galaxy S IV

Samsung has introduced in New York, a new smartphone Samsung Galaxy S IV. I, of course, very interested in this model, because the primary phone since six months I have a Samsung Galaxy S III. Not that I’m happy with it at 100, but the more I am satisfied with the model I have not found.

What interesting things can be noted in the new model? The display was 5 “versus 4.8” – endorse fully. Matrix remained Super AMOLED, which is not very happy: she, of course, very bright, crisp and has very saturated colors (which, I note, have faded out to achieve at least some natural), but the Super AMOLED is very unpleasant drawback: the sun This display does not just fade, and leaves almost complete zero. In the city-hero of Moscow I was not particularly worried because of the eternal polar overcast, but in sunny Spain gets incredibly, and I’m not even thinking yet to change the phone, but not desirable.

Display Resolution – fangled Full HD, ie 1920×1080 pixels, the density of pixels per inch – an impressive 441 PPI. By the way, about the Full HD views of the smartphones are very different. Some believe that this is all a marketing ploy, and that such permission just once again devour battery. Others believe that with such a resolution and pixel density image quality increases significantly, so it is not wasted.

Now I’ve just finished writing a review smartphone Sharp SH930W FullHD 440 PPI (it is almost the first smartphone with the screen), and I must say that right and those and others. In the sense that such a display, on the one hand, of course, it makes sense – it is more a qualitative difference and still visible – but on the other hand, not for all users, the difference is obvious and urgent, and the battery display with a resolution of actually eating more. However, of course, a specific model (S IV) still need to be studied and compared.

Processor at a new model 4-core or 8-core – I certainly do not understand this stupid race for kernels that really are not used.

RAM – 2 gig, built-in memory – traditionally 16, 32 or 64 GB.

Rear Camera – 13 megapixel, and I’m curious, have a sense they still camera or not: the Galaxy S III camera is much worse than the Galaxy Note and the Note II (AF mistakes, “shake”, and so below).

The smartphone has a 3 grams lighter and thinner than 0.7 mm.

Adds support for LTE (networks 4th generation), and at all frequencies.

Adding new sensors – temperature and humidity. Also appeared infrared LED that allows you to use your smartphone as a remote control.

Of soft-innovation – the so-called “contactless interface.” Previously written, that, say, the phone is now “you can control the look”, but in practice, as I understand it, by rocking his head can flip through the pages, and when you turn the head away from the screen the film will be put on pause. That’s all.

Well, like everything. Now waiting for the phone will be available, and then we will study the sighting.



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