Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs Galaxy S5 : Price & Specifications Comparision

Those who are still undecided to make a choice between Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5 can go through the following specifications and price comparison of both the devices in Australia. This would help to make an informed decision.Samsung S5 vs Moto G vs iPhone 5c

  1. Samsung Galaxy S4 has 5-inches screen whereas Galaxy S5 flaunts 5.1-inches but both have Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen with 1080×1920 display resolution. While the former weighs 130 grams, the latter weighs 145 grams.
  2. Galaxy S4 comes with a quad core 1.6GHz A7 processor and Exynos 5 Octa 5410 chipset and Galaxy S5 has the more powerful Snapdragon 801 chipset and 2.5GHz quad core krait 400 processor.
  3. Galaxy S5 comes with internal memory variants of 16GB and 32GB and is externally expandable up to 128 GB. Galaxy S4 is equipped with 16GB, 32GB and 64GB internal memory variants, expandable externally up to 64 GB. Both have 2GB RAM.
  4. As far as the OS is concerned, Galaxy S4 runs on Android Jelly Bean whereas Galaxy S5 runs on the latest Android Kit Kat OS.
  5. Both the devices have 2 PM front or secondary camera. The difference is in the rear or primary camera. While Galaxy S4 has 13MP camera with LED flash and Autofocus, Galaxy S5 boasts a camera of 16MP with LED flash and face detection autofocus.
  6. Samsung Galaxy S4 has Li-Ion 2600 mAh battery that allows 17 hours of talk time on 3G, Galaxy S5 comes with Li-Ion 2800 mAh battery allowing the users talk time around 21 hours.

More than other features, it is the price that concerns the buyers. A price comparison would make it much easier for people to choose between the two phones. In Australia, the Galaxy S4 is priced around AU $ 499.95 for 16GB variant and AU $ 609.95 for 32GB. Galaxy S5 being the latest and the more advanced one is priced at AU $ 849.95 for 16GB 4G LTE variant.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Does Go Glam But For The More Frugal Ones Samsung Galaxy S3 Is Still Rocking

Samsung Galaxy S4 has come at a time in the industry when phones like Sony Xperia Z , Nokia Lumia 920 and HTC One  are ruling the roost. Samsung Galaxy S4 is successor to one of the most hailed phones Samsung Galaxy s3.  After hands on experience and plethora of reviews we have to come to a conclusion that though Samsung Galaxy S4 is terrific phone but it is less than expected. Just like its predecessor  Samsung Galaxy S4 has the home  button and screen button at same place and in terms of design both the phones are not much different.

That being the case in terms of design Samsung Galaxy S4 doesn’t get much brownie points from our side  but yes it is the features and lighter weight which gets S4 applauds.  As pointed earlier  features like Smart Stay, Smart scroll really step up the game for S4 but if you a bit frugal when it comes to spending then Samsung Galaxy S4 would  burn a hole in your pocket for not something drastically different from Samsung Galaxy S3.

If few more added features are not on your list than last year’s  lethal combination  of looks and specifications Samsung Galaxy S3 is a pretty good purchase. With Samsung Galaxy s4 on its way to hit the stores, the prices of Samsung galaxy s3 has gone down. The Galaxy S3 on AmazonWireless for AT&T  is for $79.99 with a two-year contract. Now that price has already dropped to $49.99 for a new device with a two-year contract on AT&T.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Price Still Not Disclosed, Can’t Wait To See What AT&T Has In Store For Samsung Fans


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The Wait For Samsung Galaxy S4 Is Ending: This May Be The Last Laugh For Apple iPhone 5?

All eyes are going to be at the iconic Radio City music hall in New York on March 14th as Samsung unveils its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, to the world. The event is going to be one of the biggest in the tech world and fans across the world can check out its live broadcast.


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Even though the phone is yet to release, the internet is flooded with numerous rumors about its capabilities. So if this is how much publicity the phone has managed to garner even before its release, we wonder just how big a limelight it will capture after its launch. Is archrival Apple equipped to handle one more attack from Samsung on its iPhone 5?

If it was the Galaxy S3 that ended up stealing the show last year, the launch of this phone could only spell more trouble for Apple, with the iPhone 5 sales further slumping. The iPhone 5 didn’t exactly make a huge impact on the market, and was plagued by further controversies related to the Apple Maps, issues with shareholders, etc.

Analysts are also predicting a major victory in the smartphone battlefield for Samsung over Apple over the next couple of years. They seem confident that Apple’s current iPhone 5 and even its immediate successor, the impending iPhone 5S will fail to match up to the fine capabilities of the Samsung flagship.

The numbers tell the tale – while Apple took 15 months to ship 110 million units of its iPhone 5, Samsung is expecting to touch the number in just 9 months. Samsung is also increasingly focusing on suppliers to provide ample supply of raw materials to meet the high production, probably pulling them away from Apple too.

The Galaxy S4 is rumored to have a 5-inch screen, a 13 MP rear camera and an octo-core processor. With specs like this, it’s not surprising that it could not only be one of the most powerful phones in the market, but also one that can take great pictures and allow for comfortable viewing. To take on Samsung, Apple is also rumored to have decided to launch the iPhone 5S sooner than originally planned. But would that be adequate?… Read the rest

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs Apple iPhone 5S: It’s The S-Health App After S-Pen , Samsung At It’s Best

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs Apple iPhone 5S: Galaxy S4 May Give Goosebumps To Apple On April 8th

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The other source of rumor  s coming from a UK retailer which are pointing to April third week launch of Samsung Galaxy S4.

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The Nitty Gritty Of Samsung Galaxy S4 : What Did Samsung Do To This New Offering To Escalate Its Sales?

Samsung Galaxy S4The rumor bells have been ringing loud now and the Samsung Galaxy S IV looks like a soon-to-be reality. In fact, insiders have been saying how excited the Korean smartphone maker is at the prospect of seeing sky-high sales per month, post-launch of the Galaxy IV. A month alone could see atleast 10 million pieces being sold worldwide– as a latest snippet from a reliable portal reveals.

If you are keen on knowing how the company could gain such confidence in selling something that has not had a real-time outing, look at the past records for Samsung Galaxy III and II. Figures, they say, speak it loud.

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Wake Up Call For Apple:Rumors Have It iPhone 6 Won’t Be Able Follow In Footsteps Of Samsung Galaxy S4

Now these phones haven’t yet launched into the market, nor is there any form of confirmation from either Apple or Samsung about these products. But the rumors mills are working overtime speculating about which of these flagship phones will emerge the winner in 2013. From the specs that we’re hearing, we doubt if the iPhone 6 would be able to even come close to what the Galaxy S4 promises to achieve. Why do we think so?

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is rumored to have a 5-inch display with a resolution of 441 ppi. But that’s not all – powered by a quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM, it could run the new Android Key Lime Pie version too. Additionally, we can expect to see unique features like wireless charging, S-Pen functionality, and capabilities to record videos and click images simultaneously at HD resolution. Now, if these features really will be present in the Galaxy S4, you can see why Apple has an uphill task ahead of it if it wants its new iPhone to stand a chance against Samsung’s flagship. Technical features aside, there are many more reasons why we expect to see less of a response to the iPhone 6 when compared with the Galaxy S4. Here’s why.

Well, to start with, the iPhone 5 received a rather lukewarm response. With a form factor that didn’t differ much from its predecessor, except for the fact that it was lighter and slimmer, the Galaxy S3’s large screen made it a much bigger hit than the iPhone 5. Secondly, in terms of OS, we love the way Android is transforming with every update – we loved the ICS and then Jelly Bean quite literally did take our breath away. On the other hand, iOS is getting kind of monotonous – there isn’t too much of a drastic change since it first came out, and we think we’re not the only ones getting bored of it.

Samsung did end up becoming the world’s largest smartphone maker during 2012, and in all probability, it’ll do everything it can to hold on to this top spot. That’s another reason why we think the Galaxy S4 will also blow our minds away when it finally does launch. Apple’s lost the Steve Jobs charm – what he did, not even Tim Cook can rebuild. Apple over the past couple of years, has failed to launch any groundbreaking innovations, and hence, people don’t seem too eager for the next iPhone.

The youth are identifying more with Android than with Apple and iOS. What the iPhone did a few years ago is what many other companies like Samsung are getting to do with the launch of their flagship devices – there’s more variety in the market and people are loving it. Another reason why Apple’s losing its connect with the youth is its elite price point. Why bother spending $100-$200 extra on an iPhone when you get all of its features and more in a snazzier smartphone?

Is 2013 going to be the year when Apple gets forgotten, or will we see Apple rising again like it has managed to do in the past? Guess we’ll just have to wait for a few more months to find out. Until then, all we can do is get you the latest inside scoop on the Galaxy S4 as soon as we hear something!… Read the rest

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A few days earlier we broke the news of Samsung Galaxy S4 coming in April 2013 but it seems the release date of the phone has been shifted to May. It was yesterday the Samsung Lebanon leaked the release date of the phone on its Facebook page. According to Samsung Lebanon Facebook post the phone is coming out in May 2013.

Just to refresh the specs of the new flagship phone of Samsung , the Galaxy S4, would have a 5-inch display, a quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM. As is Samsung’s design, we can hope to see even a microSD card slot in this phone. According to rumors, the Galaxy S4 will run on Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.… Read the rest

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Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Will it be the Next Bestseller from Samsung?

The year has barely begun when the tech world has become abuzz with rumors about what Samsung will bring out next. After the much celebrated success of the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2, tech fans are eagerly awaiting the Galaxy S4. So, we decided to jump on the bandwagon and compare the upcoming (rumored) Galaxy S4 with the current hottest Samsung device, the Galaxy Note 2.

There are many rumors that peg the release date of the Galaxy S4 as sometime in end-February, during Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona. However, Samsung has not yet confirmed any of these rumors, so we’re not really sure if there’s any truth in them. Given that the Galaxy Note 2 was launched in late 2012, it comes as no surprise that it will end up competing against the Galaxy S4, whenever it releases.

Dimensions: The Galaxy Note 2 has a separate niche for itself in the range of phablets – too big to be just a smartphone, but smaller than a tablet with its 5.55-inch display. However, we are expecting the Galaxy S4 to be smaller than the Galaxy Note 2 and have dimensions more comparable with its predecessor, the Galaxy S3. What we can expect, however, is that it would have a larger display but a slimmer body than the S3.

Display: According to rumors, the Galaxy S4 could have a 4.99-inch or a 5-inch display. The Galaxy S4 display is rumored to have a 1080p resolution and a count of 440 pixels per inch, similar to the Droid DNA, which makes visuals stand out far better than on the Galaxy Note 2.

Camera: Samsung has fitted the Galaxy Note 2 with an 8 MP rear camera and a 1.9 MP front-facing camera. With every step towards improvement, it’s not surprising that the camera in the upcoming Galaxy S4 would be more powerful. We’re hearing that it could have a 13 MP rear camera.

Processing power: With a quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM, the Galaxy Note 2 is all about power in your palms. If this is anything to go by, we’re hoping to see a similar configuration even in the Galaxy S4. In addition, hopefully, Samsung will include a wireless charging feature on the Galaxy S4 – something that’s missing in the Galaxy Note 2, but already available as an option on its other competitors.

OS: The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which also includes the Google Now feature, and is a huge step over the previous Android 4.0 ICS. In addition, Samsung has put in TouchWiz feature over the OS, which gives the phablet many additional features like Multi-Window View. Samsung could even offer an upgrade to Android 4.2 for the Galaxy Note 2. On the other hand, the Galaxy S4 could run on Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, which is expected to release sometime in May 2013.

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