Samsung on Friday launched the fourth-generation of its Galaxy range of phones, S4 in India at Rs. 41,500.
The phone, packed with newer imaging features as well as gesture-control technology will be available at the company’s premium brand stores in Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai from 12 noon onwards tomorrow (Saturday), while pan-India availability will be in a couple of days.
“At Samsung, we are committed to innovation and to our consumers…we are proud to announce the launch of our flagship device and the much-awaited, Samsung Galaxy S4,” Samsung Electronics President and CEO (South-West Asia) B.D. Park said.
The S4 features a five-inch full HD super AMOLED touchscreen, 13-MP back and 2-MP front camera and supports 3G networks.
A new feature included in phone is ‘Smart Pause’, where users can pause a video just by looking away from the screen.
It also has ‘Air View’ feature, which allows users to hover with their fingers to preview the content of an email, S Planner, image gallery or video without having to open it by just gesturing in air.
The S4 has new imaging features like ‘Dual Camera’ and ’Dual Video Call’, allows users to click pictures and make video calls using both the front and rear cameras simultaneously.
via: the hindu
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