The Samsung Galaxy S4 was unveiled by the Korean firm in New York earlier this year and is designed to build the success of its predecessor, the Galaxy S3, one of the top selling devices of 2012. In this endeavour, Samsung is hoping to finally break Apple's hold on the top-end smartphone market and outsell the next iPhone.
Samsung has loaded the S4 with a host of custom software features. Chief of these are the S4's Smart Pause and Air Gesture features. Air View lets users preview the content of an email, image gallery, video or the S Planner 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 page they're viewing, or accept a call with a wave of their hand.
For a more indepth look at the Samsung Galaxy S4 check out V3's full written review.