Samsung is going to announce its highly anticipated Galaxy S4 smartphone tonight at Times Square. But a Chinese source that earlier released a video of key features of Galaxy S4, has just now released an extensive review of Galaxy S4’s hardware, showing all the secrets of the smartphone.
The detailed review is in Chinese. A metal-lie border that surrounds the phone seems to be a plastic if you take a closer look. But due to micro-perforations on the surface of Galaxy S4, the plastic backing doesn’t look like plastic at all, say the Chinese reviewers. A look at the screen reveals an improved sub-pixel arrangement that will increase density. There are also changes that help the device maximize the ability to render minute details.
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The reviewers said that the screen can display images so clearly that a user can’t discern pixels with naked eyes. Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has also improved the camera. But reviewers said if you compare the cameras of Galaxy S4 with iPhone 5, the accuracy of color rendering doesn’t match the standards of iPhone 5.
The Galaxy S4 tested by the Chinese reviewers was equipped with eight-core Samsung Exynos Octa processor, which is far better than the competition. The reviewers assured that Galaxy S4’s performance will not disappoint the users. The review goes on to explain that the company has added and refined the tap action effects and transition animations, that is possible only due to a powerful processor.
Th Galaxy S4 also reportedly has Smart Pause, Smart Rotation and Smart Scrolling features, which is in line with previous reports that Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd will enable eye-tracking interaction in Galaxy S4.
The leaked review could disappoint smartphone fanatics who are eagerly expecting some surprising innovations later tonight, but the Korean electronic giant doesn’t seem concerned about that. One thing is certain that the device will sell well.