Korean mobile phone company Samsung is trying to prove that its Galaxy S4 can keep up with the competition in terms of innovative technology.
Generally the new handset has been viewed as not that much of a departure from its predecessor the Galaxy S3. This has opened it up to criticism that it isn’t much of an upgrade.
It’s likely that it’s because of this that the firm has now issued a “Hidden Innovation” image, detailing the nine secret sensors that hide inside the device. These include gyro, accelerometer, geomagnetic, humidity and proximity sensors.
According to a trusted source from TechnoBuffalo, the Galaxy S4 is simpler to fix with its removable back cover than rivals such as the HTC One that has a solid shell.
Although the glass screen is not as easy to fix which means clumsy users could face a hefty price to repair it.
Posted by Simon Thomas