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Poll: Do You Want A Samsung Galaxy S4?

Will you be getting a Samsung Galaxy S4 when it comes to the UK on 26 April? Let us know!

On by Steve McCaskill 1

The Samsung Galaxy S4 was finally unveiled last night after months of speculation and anticipation levels that are usually reserved for the latest version of the iPhone.

The smartphone boasts a five inch Super AMOLED high definition screen, 13 megapixel camera and runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, but there is just as much emphasis on the software than the hardware with numerous voice, face and gesture recognition features included.

Worth the wait?

samsung galaxy S4 launch from Samsung Flickr feed 1You can scroll down pages of text and pause movies using your eyes, issue voice commands while driving or even change the song by waving your hands, but do you really want one?

Would you rather stick with your iPhone or do you fancy one of the other Android heavyweights recently announced by HTC or Sony. Perhaps you’re backing one of the outsiders from BlackBerry or Nokia or you’re perfectly happy with your Samsung Galaxy S2 or 23?

Maybe you’re still waiting for the LG Nexus 4 that you ordered to finally reach you?

In any case, we want to know if you’ll be getting one when it reaches the UK on 26 April. Show your preference by voting below.

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One reply to Poll: Do You Want A Samsung Galaxy S4?

  • On March 18, 2013 at 9:46 am by brian M

    What I want for my next phone is for it to be tough, waterproof, longer battery life, 100% readable daylight screen, smaller (or folders smaller) – clam shell?

    Unfortunately neither the S4 or iPhone 5 is taking us in that direction.

    At the moment the S3 has all the features I need (probably more than enough!)!

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