How much is Samsung Galaxy S4 in the Philippines today 2015? The latest Galaxy baby was released just recently and it’s the second phone to taste LTE (after S III) and it’s the first mobile in 2013 in line with their S series. Its features amazed many and then some. What is the difference between S3 and S4? Why should we buy this product? Read on as we give the review below.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Features and Specs
- Android 4.2.2 OS – Jelly Bean
- 1.9GHz Quad Core Snapdragon 600 proc
- 5 inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen (display 441pixels per inch)
- 13 Megapixel Rear Camera (1080p video capture)
- 2 Megapixel Front Camera
- 4G LTE
- 2GB of RAM
- 16GB, 32GB, expandable up to 64GB via microSD
- Dimensions: 136.6 x 69.8 x 7.9 mm (5.38 x 2.75 x 0.31 in)
- Weight: 130 g (4.59 oz)
Galaxy S4 Price in the Philippines
The price of Galaxy S4 was on promo for only P28,990 with free Smart Cover.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Review
Should you take it or just wait for the next iphone? Samsung Galaxy S4 will be our “Life companion” as their teaser says. Its features are designed to simplify our daily lives. Wonder how? With its multi-task features like Smart Pause, S Voice, WatchON, Home Sync, Air View and Air Gesture. Its screen is so big yet it’s so light. Actually it’s the lightest Galaxy so far. Available in Black Mist and White Frost, the phone also cares about our health. Samsung added S Health, Adapt Display and Adapt Sound with its sensors that adjust for the user. With all the well known Samsung features like Samsung Hub, ChatON and S Translator, this phone is really cool if the user got familiar with its functions right away.
Compared to Galaxy S III, S4’s screen is much bigger and sharper –actually it’s one of the sharpest screens out there. S III is slightly bigger though when it comes to overall size because S4 brags about its weight – it’s the lightest Galaxy out there.
I admit I love the new Samsung Galaxy S4 because it’s super clear and sharp plus there are some artsy stuff and you can customize stuff too but as a girl, I still prefer simple and less but useful apps. This Android like many other out there are packed with Google apps which are cool too. But it makes any user confuse on what apps and features to use. Using an iphone is simple, same pack of apps – they just update. S III is very excellent to wifi and LTE so I’m sure S4 is the same. I just hope there are many LTE sites all over the Philippines and that it’s free. Globe has free postpaid LTE nano sims though and Smart has LTE prepaid services already so it’s not a big problem for users of LTE.
Galaxy S4 Mini?
Will there be Samsung galaxy S4 Mini, too? Well we expect that since there is a Galaxy S III Mini. Some people love minis you know.
Let’s hear what you think of this newest GALAXY S4 from Samsung. Comment below. 🙂