When the Galaxy S4 was first unveiled, Samsung wowed the crowds in New York by showing off some of its fancy innovations such as eye-scroll technology and gesture control, as well as Knox support for businesses, which we collated in our top 10 for that week.
Now the device has been available for just under a week, we'll see if some of those entries lived up to the hype, and note some of the other perks and problems with the device. Our full Samsung Galaxy S4 review can be read here.
Let's start with the good:
5. Excellent screen quality
With its 5in display, 1080p HD resolution and its pixel density of 441ppi, this is one of the best displays on the market, ahead of the likes of the iPhone 5 and HTC One.
It's even better than Apple's Retina display and gives images, web pages and videos a vibrant, crisp appearance. Icons look sharp, thanks to the S4’s colour balance levels, while it also features great viewing angles and super sensitive technology that allows you to use the screen while wearing gloves.
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