Samsung's Galaxy S4 is out, and when compared with the Galaxy S3, it's not only faster and more capable -- its new features are also much easier to learn. Surprisingly, reviews of Korea's latest technological marvel are mixed. How did the industry become so jaded so quickly? Less than 18 months ago, the Galaxy S2 rocked the world (as well as Apple's smartphone market share) with its 4.5-inch high-res LED and 1.5GHz dual-core processor.
Today, Samsung packs Hummer horsepower into a Mini Cooper, and reviewers come back with a yawn? Not this reviewer. The CRN Test Center got its first feel of the Galaxy S4 this week, and it was love at first swipe.