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Originally Posted by GermanyChris View Post

In quick real world bullet points why would I choose the Sammy over the nexus 4?

My iPhone 4 contract is up early summer, my nexus 7 is great, so why not a nexus 4?

S4 vs. Nexus 4:


Pros for Nexus 4:

  • Cool design
  • More premium materials in the device
  • Unlocked device
  • Stock Android
  • Quicker updates (direct from google)
  • Long support
  • Cheap for an unlocked phone.



Pros for Galaxy S4

  • Removeable/replaceable battery
  • add-in microSD card slot
  • Faster CPU
  • Faster GPU
  • Bigger screen (5" vs. 4.7 on the Nexus 4)
  • Higher res screen (1920x1080 S4 vs. 1280x768 Nexus 4)
  • 4G LTE out of the box
  • Samsung's suite of software
  • IR blaster
  • Temperature/humidity sensor build into the device.
  • Longer battery life.




It's a classic case of build quality/design vs. features. Take your pick. They're both good devices.

Personally, the S4 is far more appealing to me, even with the Snapdragon 600 SoC on it.
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Originally Posted by Mad Pistol View Post

S4 vs. Nexus 4:


Pros for Nexus 4:

  • Cool design
  • More premium materials in the device
  • Unlocked device
  • Stock Android
  • Quicker updates (direct from google)
  • Long support
  • Cheap for an unlocked phone.



Pros for Galaxy S4

  • Removeable/replaceable battery
  • add-in microSD card slot
  • Faster CPU
  • Faster GPU
  • Bigger screen (5" vs. 4.7 on the Nexus 4)
  • Higher res screen (1920x1080 S4 vs. 1280x768 Nexus 4)
  • 4G LTE out of the box
  • Samsung's suite of software
  • IR blaster
  • Temperature/humidity sensor build into the device.
  • Longer battery life.




It's a classic case of build quality/design vs. features. Take your pick. They're both good devices.

Personally, the S4 is far more appealing to me, even with the Snapdragon 600 SoC on it.

hey great post! Could you do a comparison of the htc one vs the s4 seeing as thats been a huge debate in this thread?
post #173 of 280
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Yeah, Samsung screwed up badly here. Advertising the Exynos5 phone... then it turns out 90% of the world gets the Snapdragon. They REALLY needed to unify this round of phones and have ONE single model for the whole world (well, maybe allowing for some variations on Korea, like the TV tuner for over there which legally doesn't happen elsewhere).

I totally foresee them releasing the Exynos5 later on worldwide and it having more or better features than the Snapdragon and it'll be a bloody annoyance.

So what your'e saying is that they should force themselves into a single supply source and leave the consumers to deal with higher prices and shortages.


How much experience do you have running a company and making business decisions?

For all intents and purposes both of the chips used are reasonably close in performance and are "good enough" for the majority of consumers who care more about pricing, aesthetics and overall user experience than epeen.
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post #174 of 280
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Originally Posted by Mad Pistol View Post

S4 vs. Nexus 4:


Pros for Nexus 4:

  • Cool design
  • More premium materials in the device
  • Unlocked device
  • Stock Android
  • Quicker updates (direct from google)
  • Long support
  • Cheap for an unlocked phone.



Pros for Galaxy S4

  • Removeable/replaceable battery
  • add-in microSD card slot
  • Faster CPU
  • Faster GPU
  • Bigger screen (5" vs. 4.7 on the Nexus 4)
  • Higher res screen (1920x1080 S4 vs. 1280x768 Nexus 4)
  • 4G LTE out of the box
  • Samsung's suite of software
  • IR blaster
  • Temperature/humidity sensor build into the device.
  • Longer battery life.




It's a classic case of build quality/design vs. features. Take your pick. They're both good devices.

Personally, the S4 is far more appealing to me, even with the Snapdragon 600 SoC on it.

Thank you!!

I'm thinking the Nexus 4 for the long term support since none of the pluses except the display seen to seem to out weigh the support aspect...
 
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hey great post! Could you do a comparison of the htc one vs the s4 seeing as thats been a huge debate in this thread?

I'll do my best, but I will more than likely miss certain details since the HTC One and Galaxy S4 are so close in terms of specs.

Pros for HTC One.

  • Premium Aluminum unibody design
  • More internal storage: 32GB vs. 16GB on GS4
  • Higher PPI screen (468PPI vs. S4's 441 PPI)
  • Super LCD3 screen tech
  • Dual front-facing stereo speakers
  • 4MP "Ultrapixel" camera (better for low-light situations)
  • Sense 5 UI (preference)



Pros for Galaxy S4
  • Removeable/replaceable battery
  • add-in microSD card slot
  • Faster CPU(s)
  • Super AMOLED display (deep blacks, vibrant colors)
  • Bigger screen (5" vs. 4.7 on the HTC One)
  • Samsung's suite of software
  • IR blaster
  • Temperature/humidity sensor build into the device.
  • Longer battery life.
  • Will be available on more carriers at launch



It's a close call, but the removable battery and add-in MicroSD card does it for me. If the HTC One was available on Verizon, it would be a difficult choice for me. However, since it is not, I will be getting the S4 on Verizon at launch.
Edited by Mad Pistol - 4/21/13 at 5:42pm
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I agree it is very close. If removable storage media is important to you the S4 is the obvious choice. I've been doing without that with my GNex for over a year so it doesn't really bother me that much. Plus the One's superior build quality and materials are what do it for me...
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The SnapDragon 600(1.9Ghz) in GS4 is actually clocked faster than SnapDragon 600(1.7Ghz) in HTC One. The choice to go with S600 in US model have nothing to do with shafting US customer on purpose, the reason is FCC didn't approve Exynos 5 Octa's LTE until a month ago, too late for the SOC to make the US launch date.

So are you suggesting that the US customers would still be able to buy the octa core a couple of months down the road?
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It's a classic case of build quality/design vs. features. Take your pick. They're both good devices.

I'd personally say the build quality of the S4 is better, plastic..Yeah..But better than glass which may look nice, but is prone to cracking.
Edited by Brutuz - 4/21/13 at 4:45pm
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I'll do my best, but I will more than likely miss certain details since the HTC One and Galaxy S4 are so close in terms of specs. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Pros for HTC One.

  • Premium Aluminum unibody design
  • More internal storage: 32GB vs. 16GB on GS4
  • Higher PPI screen (468PPI vs. S4's 441 PPI)
  • Super LCD3 screen tech
  • Dual front-facing stereo speakers
  • 4MP "Ultrapixel" camera (better for low-light situations)
  • Sense 5 UI (preference)



Pros for Galaxy S4
  • Removeable/replaceable battery
  • add-in microSD card slot
  • Faster CPU(s)
  • Bigger screen (5" vs. 4.7 on the HTC One)
  • Samsung's suite of software
  • IR blaster
  • Temperature/humidity sensor build into the device.
  • Longer battery life.
  • Will be available on more carriers at launch


It's a close call, but the removable battery and add-in MicroSD card does it for me. If the HTC One was available on Verizon, it would be a difficult choice for me. However, since it is not, I will be getting the S4 on Verizon at launch.

I hope you don't mind, but I quoted this on my poll... Thanks and sorry I can't give you +rep...
http://www.overclock.net/t/1371315/samsung-galaxy-s-iv-or-htc-one

As the S4 is going to be my choice, and for the ones who seen this first hand, I am stuck between the colors. I usually pick black, but seeing some pictures, I am not sure anymore. I also read in another article that the black version shows the shimmering material a lot more, compared to white...


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So are you suggesting that the US customers would still be able to buy the octa core a couple of months down the road?

In a Note 3 probably, not sure if US GS4 will eventually get octa.
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Originally Posted by Mad Pistol View Post

I'll do my best, but I will more than likely miss certain details since the HTC One and Galaxy S4 are so close in terms of specs.

Pros for HTC One.

  • Premium Aluminum unibody design
  • More internal storage: 32GB vs. 16GB on GS4
  • Higher PPI screen (468PPI vs. S4's 441 PPI)
  • Super LCD3 screen tech
  • Dual front-facing stereo speakers
  • 4MP "Ultrapixel" camera (better for low-light situations)
  • Sense 5 UI (preference)



Pros for Galaxy S4
  • Removeable/replaceable battery
  • add-in microSD card slot
  • Faster CPU(s)
  • Bigger screen (5" vs. 4.7 on the HTC One)
  • Samsung's suite of software
  • IR blaster
  • Temperature/humidity sensor build into the device.
  • Longer battery life.
  • Will be available on more carriers at launch



It's a close call, but the removable battery and add-in MicroSD card does it for me. If the HTC One was available on Verizon, it would be a difficult choice for me. However, since it is not, I will be getting the S4 on Verizon at launch.

Good list, but Imo SLCD3 & SAMOLED should both be listened under Pro or not listed at all, it is a matter of preference. I prefer SAMOLED b/c high contrast & better black, also looks better in the dark(most time I use a phone for video playback is in a dark place(in a plane, for example).
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