Samsung Galaxy S4 – Conclusion
There’s a lot to like about the Galaxy S4, making it a top choice for anyone looking for a flagship smartphone offering a premium experience. So long as you’re not stuck on iOS (in which case an Apple iPhone is your only choice) or a Microsoft’s (MSFT) Windows Phone –that would be a Nokia (NOK) Lumia — Samsung is ticking off all the boxes on the buying checklist.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is fast, has a big, brilliant display, has a decent camera and offers expandability that other smartphones don’t. The primary choice a potential Galaxy S4 buyer has to make is between the standard version –running Touchwiz over Android with all the extra Samsung features and available on contract– or the Google Play edition.
Still not sure if this is the smartphone for you? Continue from this Samsung Galaxy S4 review to our comparison of the 5 Best Smartphones for the Holidays to see how the Galaxy S4 holds up against competitors like the iPhone 5s and Nexus 5.
As of this writing, Brad Moon did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.