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Originally Posted by Jesterphile View Post

I've had my Nexus 4 for just over 5 months too, but it was only $350 and I should be able to get most of that back if I sell it :)

 

S4 seems like just an incremental upgrade over the S3 though, are there some new features I'm missing?

Nah, in terms of software features the S4 will have little to offer over the S3 as the S3 will be getting a few feature updates with the new 4.2 upgrade coming out soon. The S4 will be good in terms of it's full HD screen and 13MP camera, oh and also the 2GB of RAM and 2600mah battery.

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Originally Posted by dryvadeum View Post

Nah, in terms of software features the S4 will have little to offer over the S3 as the S3 will be getting a few feature updates with the new 4.2 upgrade coming out soon. The S4 will be good in terms of it's full HD screen and 13MP camera, oh and also the 2GB of RAM and 2600mah battery.

So not a huge leap, but enough to be tempting I see :P I'll be waiting for some real world user experience before I make my mind up - but it does sound nice

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So not a huge leap, but enough to be tempting I see :P I'll be waiting for some real world user experience before I make my mind up - but it does sound nice

Yeah, it is a bit tempting. I think nowadays companies will have to be a bit more innovative with software features as the phones are powerful enough as it is. This is where I think Samsung are ahead. Before I bought the S3 I thought 'SmartStay' was just a gimmick but it works perfectly and now I couldn't live without it. So, I think the new eye-tracking features and gestures will be a worthy enhancement.

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Originally Posted by dryvadeum View Post

Yeah, it is a bit tempting. I think nowadays companies will have to be a bit more innovative with software features as the phones are powerful enough as it is. This is where I think Samsung are ahead. Before I bought the S3 I thought 'SmartStay' was just a gimmick but it works perfectly and now I couldn't live without it. So, I think the new eye-tracking features and gestures will be a worthy enhancement.

 

I'd have to agree, I'd like to see more software side tweaks for battery life, tools like Samsung's multi-window and more streamlining of the Android ecosystem rather than more power at this point

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