Samsung announced the Galaxy S 4 in March 2013, as its new flagship Android. The smartphone features a five-inch 1080p display, and (at least in some markets) will run Samsung’s brand new Exynos 5 Octa SoC with two sets of four CPU cores. Sales begin in late April globally, though the US won’t see the GS4 land until early May. The phone is able to detect fingers hovering over its display, and new software allows the front-facing camera to control document scrolling based on user eye position.
Android isn’t laggy, but your cheap phone or tablet may be
Some say that Android is laggy. They’re wrong, but the reasons why aren’t simple. Read on to find out why Android isn’t laggy, and who is really to blame.