New Delhi: After being in the iPhone business for the last six and a half years, Apple has clearly mastered the formula of tempting customers with a refined product that promises more. This year was no exception. Apple's iPhone 5S is out in the market and it is all about polish. The new smartphone is a tweaked version of the iPhone 5 that retains the same screen and physical dimensions of its predecessor.
This year's “S” upgrade isn't about looks, but about new colors options that are driving some customers insane. In iPhone 5S, Apple has cranked up the processing power with the faster A7 chip, and adding 64-bit support to make it future-proof. At the same time it has also added a new improved camera and a fingerprint sensor. The display of the iPhone 5s is essentially the same as that of the iPhone 5: a 4-inch-diagonal, 1136-by-640-pixel display at 326 ppi, or Retina resolution. It's a bright, beautiful display. Paired with iOS 7, the iPhone 5s promises to offer the next-generation iPhone experience fans were hoping for.
On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy S4 is still the most powerful and desirable device Samsung has created yet. Measuring 136.6 x 69.8 x 7.9mm (5.38 x 2.75 x 0.31 inches), the device is thin, light and plastic. The Galaxy S 4 offers a larger 5 inch full HD (1920x1080, 441 ppi) Super AMOLED display and offer much bigger number that you will be able to see. The Galaxy S 4 is powered by a Qualcomm quad-core Snapdragon 600 clocked at 1.9 GHz and uses 2GB of RAM, a hardware configuration that, as it seems, wouldn't benefit from being reconfigured for a 64-bit environment.
Here is a list of seven things that the Samsung Galaxy S4 can do, but Apple's newly launched iPhone 5S (as well as iPhone 5) still can't do.
You can add extra storage to your Galaxy S4 by inserting a standard Micro SD card. You can add an extra 32 GB of storage for about $20.