In the battle between smartphones vying for superiority, the Samsung Galaxy S4, which was unveiled in New York on 14 March, wins over the Apple’s iPhone 5, according to a report by The Business Insider.
Thanks to its quad-core processor, the Galaxy S4 is nearly two times faster than the iPhone 5 fitted with a dual core processor, based on benchmark tests conducted by Primate Labs. It also comes with a five-inch screen compared to the iPhone 5’s four-inch display, meaning it can show more applications on just a single page and has a larger screen to enhance the viewing experience.
Another reason the Galaxy S4 is the better choice is its 1920×1080 resolution with 441 pixels per inch (PPI) due to its HD Super AMOLED display, while the iPhone 5’s screen only offers 1136×640 resolution or 326 PPI.
In terms of their cameras, Samsung’s newest product has a powerful 13-megapixel camera, while the iPhone 5 only has an 8-megapixel camera. Additionally, the former also boasts lots of software for editing and improving pictures.
The iPhone 5 has merely one gigabyte of RAM, shy of the Galaxy S4’s two gigabytes. This means consumers can use more applications at any given time
The Galaxy S4 can also be utilised as a remote control for Samsung TV sets. It is powered by the most advanced version of Android OS and features eye tracking technology that lets the smartphone know whether you’re looking at the screen or not.