A high-resolution shot of the Galaxy S4’s screen reveals the unique subpixel arrangement that Samsung used in order to achieve the 441ppi pixel density on an AMOLED display.
Samsung Galaxy S4 loses to iPhone 5 in ‘breakability’ test, and here’s why you should have seen it coming
One of the most definitive Samsung Galaxy S4 vs iPhone 5 drop tests ever conducted has concluded with the S4 losing to the iPhone — as well as its own predecessor — and we think we know why.
Today, Samsung took the time to update prospective Galaxy S4 smartphone owners from around the world with info on their much-awaited handheld device’s availability.
A tech enthusiast fired a .50 caliber round against the Galaxy S4 and recorded the whole thing with slow motion cameras. Care to guess what happened with the Galaxy S4?
As with any smartphone, there comes the risk of breaking something, typically the screen. Read on to see just how easy the Galaxy S4 is to disassemble.
Samsung has posted a Galaxy S4 design video on its Samsung Tomorrow YouTube channel, trying to briefly explain how the handset and its user interface were designed. But are all design choices answered?
This past week was unofficially Samsung Galaxy S4 week around the Android world. So, we decided to continue with the trend and have a live Question and Answer session on the show. Our own Kristofer Wouk (Woukie) happened to have an S4 in hand and fielded questions live from our viewers on YouTube and on Google+. If we didn’t get to your question or if you would like a full in-depth review, check our our Galaxy S4 reviews and related content here. Besides SGS4ing all the things, we covered Android ecosystem news this week. Google acquired Wavii, Eric Scmidt said Glass won’t be available…
A fan of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Iron Man films? Looking for a stylish case to protect your GS4? This might just be the case you’ve been looking for.
Samsung changed the NFC controller on the Galaxy S4 and it the device is not compatible with TecTiles. TecTiles 2 are apparently coming.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is now available to buy online at Sprint, and in-stores at AT&T. The device costs $249.99 and $199.99 on a new two-year contract, respectively.