By Taylor Martin | May 14, 2013 7:00 AM
Despite initial disappointment, we found Samsung’s predecessor to the Galaxy S III to be a fair upgrade. The Galaxy S 4 boasts more software features than just about any phone on the market, and its specifications are top notch. Samsung is pressing forward, and the Galaxy S 4 is a perfect testament to that.
Just as any other phone, however, the Samsung Galaxy S 4 is not perfect. Performance dips can be blamed on the cumbersome and heavily customized software. Even individual features directly impact the responsiveness of the operating system. By disabling some of the stock features and installing some of the applications in the video below, you can make the Galaxy S 4 better in terms of responsiveness, appearance and user experience.