The aim of modern technology is to make lives better. Whether it really does make lives better is up for debate. But, for good or ill, we’ve grown accustomed to having all manner of gadgetry in our lives and many people have grown dependent on their various devices. And the array of devices is growing daily. Companies are working as fast as they can to stay one step ahead of their competitors. On one hand, that’s great for us consumers. It’s nice to have access to all sorts of shiny new toys. But on the other hand, it can be difficult to know what devices are right for you. Technology is fun, but it can be very expensive. Today’s review is going to help you navigate the sea of technological devices with a review of the Samsung Galaxy S4.
The Galaxy S4 that I have is blue, but the screen has been replaced and doesn’t match the blue of the rest of the phone. The phone is 5.25” long, 2.625” wide, and .25” thick. The Galaxy S4 has a camera and buttons. There is also a light on the back. You can probably use it for a flashlight. It has a rechargeable battery and a place for a memory card. There is even a headphone jack.
The screen on the Galaxy S4 is pretty big. I can look at things on the internet and play games without squinting. It will also make phone calls and send and receive texts messages. This phone does a lot of things. It’s pretty cool.
Overall I’d have to give the Samsung Galaxy S4 7 out of 10 stars. It’s a pretty good phone, but Samsung has already moved on to the S6 or S7 or something; so the S4 is pretty far behind. The motherboard on my S4 is also fried and the phone doesn’t work right. Plus, the battery is dead and I can’t find the charger. I really like the iPhone I have. It’s also blue, but a different shade of blue. A lot of people like the Samsung Galaxy S4. You might like it too. Or maybe not. I don’t know.