Samsung has a new flagship smartphone. The CRN Test Center examines the Galaxy S4, which offers noticeable improvements over Samsung's Galaxy S3, and takes the Android phone for a test-drive to see what kind of performance the device's Qualcomm's quad-core Snapdragon 600 system-on-a-chip delivers. The review also looks at the Galaxy S4's thinner and lighter design, as well as new features like Samsung's Air Gestures, which allow users to interface with the smartphone without actually touching the display. For more on the new phone and how it stacks up against its predecessor, check out our head-to-head comparison of the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S3.
PUBLISHED MAY 22, 2013