Originally Posted by mercury99
New feature don't hurt: don't like em don't use them. At least Samsung pushes boundaries of how we interact with a phone.
The S4 is a major upgrade unlike 4S. The S4 has thinned lighter body, bigger screen and bigger battery. A different resolution and pixel structure from S3.
Who made a 'revolutionary' phone in the last couple of years anyway?
Wait… "At least SAMSUNG pushes boundaries" (implying that Apple doesn't)??
Let's not forget who established the boundaries they are "pushing"… I remember how the Samsung catalog looked when iPhone released… it was NOT heading in the direction Apple and iPhone took the market.
S4 unlike 4S? But but, they used the same two characters in the name and everything! Why are you even comparing those two models? It's like, oops, just completely ignore the iPhone 4S -> iPhone 5 'major upgrade'? S4 (latest flagship device) compares to iPhone 5 (latest flagship device) or nothing, right?
Yes, the S4 presumably has a thinned(?), lighter body, bigger screen, bigger battery than the S3…
Kind of how the iPhone 5 is thinner, lighter, and has a bigger screen and battery than the 4S… huh.
But you're saying the S4 is a 'major upgrade' while the iPhone 5 isn't...? huh.
I'd say, looking at the overall package that makes up an iPhone 5, that it's pretty 'revolutionary'… compared to my first iPhone, and even my current iPhone 3GS, the iPhone 5 has made huge strides in design refinements, display, graphics & cpu power, memory, cameras, and so on. And yet, all those older phones can run the same operating system. Revolutionary indeed.
How exactly is the S4 a 'revolutionary' jump or even "pushing the boundaries" compared to the S3?