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Galaxy S4 Vs. iPhone 5: Display Shoot-Out
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4/26/2013 | 3:58:06 PM
re: Galaxy S4 Vs. iPhone 5: Display Shoot-Out
While resolution was mentioned, it should also be noted that the GS4 as about 3 times as many pixels as the iPhone 5. While more pixels may not make the image look noticeably better, it does allow more data to be displayed at a given time. I've been using a 1080p smartphone since last year. I do a lot less scrolling and moving about. I would rather have more information in my field of view than have the absolute brightest screen or truest colors. 3 times more is a huge difference. I would gladly sacrifice some perfection to see the whole picture.


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