The Samsung Galaxy S4 was unveiled by the Korean firm in New York earlier this year.
Designed to take on the likes of the stellar HTC One and the next Apple iPhone, Samsung has packed the S4 with a robust arsenal of custom software features.
Software-wise these include the S4‘s Smart Pause and Air Gesture features. Air View lets users preview the content of an email, S Planner, image gallery or video without having to open it by hovering their finger over the relevant icon.
Air Gesture lets users do things like change the music track they're listening to, scroll up and down the web page they're viewing, or accept a call with a wave of their hand.
Unfortunately for UK businesses, the first run of Galaxy S4s will not feature the company's Knox security services.
Knox was unveiled earlier in the year and offers similar services to BlackBerry Balance, letting users set up separate work and home areas on the phone.
Check back with V3 later for a full review of the Samsung Galaxy S4.
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