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Under the Microscope: Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. Moto X

What is a breakthrough smartphone? Does it have the latest and greatest hardware components, along with an eye-popping list of features you've never seen before? Or does it change things in a more subtle and calculated way? Like, say, giving you thoughtful new features that actually change the way you use a smartphone? Let Gizmag try to answer that, as we go hands-on to compare two phones that represent each of those camps, the Motorola Moto X and Samsung Galaxy S4. Read More
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LG G2 vs. Samsung Galaxy S4

By - August 7, 2013 17 Pictures
The high-end of the smartphone market isn't an easy fortress to penetrate. LG has made some solid phones through the years, including the fraternal twins known as the Nexus 4 and Optimus G. But the company isn't usually mentioned in the same breath as Samsung or Apple. Will any amount of hardware or software features be able to change that? Let's try to find out, as we compare the new LG G2 to the Samsung Galaxy S4. Read More
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Motorola Droid Maxx vs. Samsung Galaxy S4

By - July 24, 2013 14 Pictures
Today Motorola and US carrier Verizon rekindled their old romance, releasing three new phones under the Droid brand. We have the Droid Ultra, a high-end phone with a razor-thin build (but no Razr branding). Then we have the Droid Mini, which offers a smaller form factor without skimping much on quality. The one that really turned our heads, though, was the Droid Maxx, with an advertised battery life of 48 hours. Let's put it side-by-side with the Samsung Galaxy S4, and see how they compare. Read More
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Samsung Galaxy S4 Active vs. Galaxy S4

By - June 5, 2013 12 Pictures
Samsung's mobile approach is simple: make a device in every conceivable size, for every conceivable price point, and for every conceivable demographic. So it shouldn't be too big of a surprise to see a new Galaxy aimed at the rugged, outdoorsy set. The Galaxy S4 Active is a niche device for sure, but, fortunately, it also has some promising features under the hood. Let's see how its specs (and other features) compare to the standard Galaxy S4. Read More
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Under the microscope: Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. iPhone 5

It’s tricky business, comparing iPhone and Galaxy smartphones. Too often the conversation disintegrates into fingerpointing, one-upmanship, and sermons from the Church of the Holy Fanboy. But when it comes down to it, we're talking about two great smartphones. Some people will prefer one, some will prefer the other. Who cares? The only important question is which is better for you? Let’s do our best to help you answer that, with our in-depth comparison of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Apple iPhone 5. Read More
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HTC One sales: Holding its own against the Galaxy S4

By - May 23, 2013 2 Pictures
It’s no secret. HTC’s future – along with the job of its CEO – is riding on the success of its flagship phone, the HTC One. With recent reports saying that the company is in a “freefall” while losing top staff, things weren't looking so hot. But there may be hope yet, as HTC has reportedly sold around half as many Ones as Samsung has sold Galaxy S4s. That might sound like bad news for HTC, but those are actually promising figures. Read More
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Under the microscope: Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. HTC One

When you’re shopping for a new smartphone, sometimes there's one clear choice. Other times, there are so many options you don't know where to start. But then there are those times when it comes down to two. You know, a good old fashioned duel. Many smartphone shoppers are going through that now, with the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One. After spending several weeks with both phones, let’s revisit this comparison – and see if we can help you with the big decision. Read More
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Galaxy S4: Google Edition is Samsung's phone running stock Android

By - May 15, 2013 2 Pictures
If you want “pure Android” on your smartphone, you usually have a couple of options. You can either buy a Nexus device, or you can hack a non-Google device and install a custom ROM like Cyanogenmod. But for one of the biggest phones of the year, you'll soon have a third option. Google just announced the Samsung Galaxy S4: Google Edition, bringing stock Android to Samsung’s powerhouse phone. Read More
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Review: Samsung Galaxy S4

By - April 30, 2013 27 Pictures
When you’re sitting on top of the world, what do you do? Do you pay tribute to what got you there? Or do you use that new freedom to try something different? In the case of Samsung with the Galaxy S4, it leaned more towards the former. Is it too much of the same? Or an improvement on a successful formula? Read on, as we review the Samsung Galaxy S4. Read More
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