The Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One are two of the best Android phones available in the market right now. They have taken the market by storm and shown what’s possible when innovation is sustained in the smartphone industry. The success of these two phones has been so tremendous, that there is a score of different versions available in the market. The features might be different in all of them, but the similarities are abundant.
The Galaxy S4 is the smartphone to own right now. If you can meet the price tag, you will get what is unarguably the most advanced smartphone in the world right now. There is so just much to like – from the 1080p SuperAMOLED display, to the high resolution 13MP camera and the powerful Exynos 5 Octa Chipset. The international model is the I9500.
Samsung I9505 Galaxy S4- This one comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Chipset, and is powered by only one quad-core 1.9Ghz Krait Processor.
For those who like dual-SIM support, there is the I9502 S4 which lacks 4G support, but has all the same features as the international model.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Active- This is a distinctly different S4, with rethought ergonomics to make the S4 tougher. It trades the Super AMOLED screen for an LCD, but still maintains the pixel density and the 1080p resolution. It has an 8MP camera instead of a 13MP which is still adequate for most people. It comes with an IP67 certification, so its dust and water resistant. It’s a more aggressive, ruggedized S4 for outdoor enthusiasts.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini- A downsized version of the original S4, the Mini is a suitable alternative for those who prefer a more compact phone, but with high-end features. It has a smaller 4.3” display with 256ppi, an 8MP camera with LED flash, and is powered by a dual-core 1.7GHz Krait. It offers many of the features available on the S4, and is perhaps the best Mini done by Samsung So far.
This aluminum state has won design awards all around. It has the highest pixel density on a smartphone with 469ppi, and introduces a new generation 4 MP UltraPixel camera, which has bested some 13MP shooters. With Beats Audio enhancement, HTC Zoe, and Sense UI, it is the second best Android offering in the high end.
HTC One Dual Sim- The first variant of the HTC One, this dual Sim version seeks to attract those users who like the convenience of having the support of two carriers in one handset. It’s simply a HTC One with dual Sim support.
HTC One Mini- A downscaled version of the HTC One, this Mini shares the same design signature as its bigger sibling, and has the 4MP UltraPixel camera as well. It has a smaller, 4.3” display with 720p resolution and 342ppi, and is powered by a more modest dual-core processor. RAM is maintained at 2GB. It is set to be launched later on this year, in August.
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