Review: Updated: Samsung Galaxy S4

Introduction The Samsung Galaxy S4 is now two years old, and not only was it replaced by the Korean firm’s 2014 flagship offering, the Galaxy S5, but the Samsung Galaxy S6 was recently launched at MWC 2015. That means that the Galaxy S4 is now feeling a little long in the tooth. To make matters worse, Samsung has also released the innovative Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, a version of the Galaxy S6 with a curved screen that wraps around two edges. Without the fancy new bells and whistles that Samsung is including in its latest flagship phones, the Galaxy S4 can almost feel as if it is a relic from another age. However just because two years is a long time in smartphones, it doesn’t mean that we should write off the Samsung Galaxy S4 just yet. Its replacements haven’t spelled the end for the Galaxy S4 – it’s still on sale, at a lower price point of around $368. It has also dropped in price on contract. That isn’t too bad for a handset that is still pretty well specced. What’s more, Samsung is continuing to …
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