Samsung Galaxy S4
What is the use of such a smartphone that is bright and colorful, offers thousands of free apps to play, keeps you updated on stuff that matters to you most BUT dies early? Almost every smartphone user keeps his phone brightness settings to low or optimized to get longer battery life. What is the use of all those colors and bright mobile screen if users are forced to keep brightness low and automatically adjusted so that they can use their phone little longer without charging? A wise decision would be to chose a smartphone that gives you best battery life than all the other smart phones available in the market. This is the area where smartphone manufacturers have not been much successful yet. If you want to get the best battery life for your mobile phone you will have to minimize tasks that run in the background of your smartphone, keep screen brightness low, disable many useful services (e.g. backup, location services or GPS, apps notifications etc.). If you want to know which smartphone gives best battery life, see these infographics.
Nokia Lumia Windows Phone offers an award-winning camera, live tiles and offline maps. Its better than iPhone, better than Android based mobile phones. Above picture is actual photo of three phones, taken without flash, displaying same picture but the difference in photo quality and display quality is obvious. People are even switching from Samsung Galaxy S III to Nokia Lumia due to its many improved features including brilliant camera that can capture great photos even in low light. Watch “Windows Phone Challenge” and smart phones comparison videos to see the difference.
Samsung Galaxy S4 launched an ad featuring ‘eraser shot’ on Galaxy S4 that helps you to take always a perfect shot. If you had a moment where you were taking a photo that mattered to you a lot but someone came in between your mobile camera and the object, then if you use Galaxy S4 you can erase the unwanted guest from that photo easily.