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This comparison is based on my personal opinion and specifications of each smartphones, considering the processor as the most important component.
1. Samsung Galaxy S4
The Galaxy S4 which is the update to the Galaxy S3, the award wining and favourite Android smartphone of last year 2012. Despite the phone’s huge 5in screen, it manages to be slim and light, weighing just 130g. It’s said to be the first phone to use an AMOLED screen with a Full HD resolution, which gives it a huge pixels figure of 441 compared to the 306ppi on its predecessor. The operating system and web pages are, as you’d expect, hyper-sharp.
The S4 uses the same Qualcomm chipset as the HTC One, but it’s clocked at 1.9GHz rather than 1.7GHz. The phone is awesomely fast in both everyday apps and running 3D benchmarks. Despite all this power, the S4’s 2,600mAh battery managed to keep it…
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