Samsung and Apple are universally acknowledged as the two biggest players in the mobile market.
For years now the latest iPhone and Galaxy handset have battled for sales. In the past, though, Samsung has generally lost out to Apple, with the iPhone regularly beating the latest Galaxy at opening sales.
However, as noted by Gartner. Ovum and IDC analysts, the sales gap between the two companies' flagship smartphone's has been gradually shrinking, meaning the Galaxy S4 could be the first Android phone to rob Apple of its sales crown.
Clearly aware of this Samsung's loaded the S4 with a host of interesting software features, including its custom Air Gesture and Eye Scroll services. Air Gesture is a nifty feature designed to let you interact with the S4 without touching the screen, instead using Minority Report style motions. Eye Scroll is a feature designed to let the S4 track your eye movements to know when you've finished reading a section of text and automatically scroll down.
Check back with V3 later for a full review of the Samsung Galaxy S4.