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Samsung Galaxy S 4 (16GB) (AT&T)
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The Samsung Galaxy S 4 (16 GB) is a smart phone designed for use on the AT&T network, including its HSPA+ and LTE "4G" network. It runs on the Android operating system. This model has a 5-inch touch-screen display, a 12.8-megapixel camera, and a virtual QWERTY keyboard.

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Type: AT&T smart phones
About - Samsung Galaxy S 4 (16GB) (AT&T)

The Samsung Galaxy S 4 is a smart phone designed for use on the AT&T network, including its HSPA+ and LTE "4G" network. It can also be used internationally.

It has a 5-inch touch-screen display, measures 5.4 by 2.7 by 0.3 inches and weighs 4.6 ounces. It runs on the Android operating system.

The Galaxy S 4 has a 12.8-megapixel camera that can record high-definition video, a front-facing camera, and a music player. It also features a virtual QWERTY keyboard that's useful for messaging and Web searches. This phone has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth for wireless hands-free communication, DLNA, and GPS navigation capability. Web browsing, e-mail, and texting capabilities are also included. It can act as a mobile hotspot for Wi-Fi-enabled devices.

This Samsung phone has a standard 3.5mm jack. It has 16GB of built-in memory and supports memory cards of up to 64GB.

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Samsung is well known for its innovative designs and has one of the largest lineups of smart phones that run on the Windows and Android operating systems. Samsung smart phones have the industry's most advanced technologies the Android platform has to offer. They include Multi window, which lets you interact with two apps simultaneously on one screen.  For instance, you can watch a video while viewing an e-mail, or you can use Google Maps and messaging. The front-facing cameras on many Samsung models monitor you eyes while you're reading a Web page or other documents to prevent the screen from timing out. Some Samsung phones can also wirelessly share large files between each other after the phones are bumped together.  Another innovation is touch-free gestures/controls (air gestures) that let you accept a phone call, move to another message, flip through photos, or skip to the next song in your playlist by waving your hand in front of the phone. Noteable lines include the Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series.

Features & Specs - Samsung Galaxy S 4 (16GB) (AT&T)
info Full retail price 460
info Other providers Net10, Straight Talk
info Camera (megapixels) 12.8
info Camera recording resolution 1080p
info Memory card MicroSD
info Touch screen Yes
info QWERTY keyboard Yes
info Document editing Yes
info Music player Yes
info Voice command Yes
info GPS navigation Yes
info 4G broadband data Yes
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User Reviews - Samsung Galaxy S 4 (16GB) (AT&T)
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Absolute first class smartphone
Amazing Apps
Amazing display
awesome apps
Great Google Integration
Hi-def camera
Tons of great features
Awkward Side Controls
Volume Control Awkward
Best Uses
Google Calender
Google drive
Music player
Social media
Voice Assistant
This is a truly remarkable phone. It's fast and has a razor sharp display. It also comes with not one, but two voice assistants - one from Google, the other from Samsung.<br /><br />The device is fairly intuitive and easy to use. It's basically a small tablet, and very high functioning. It almost replaces a computer!<br /><br />My only quibble is that the controls on the side (volume and power) are sometimes tricky to operate. Other than that, this is a great phone!
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
Easy for first smart phone user
Brilliant Color Display
Large screen
Photo quality
Accidental Power Off
Low ring tone
Best Uses
Sending pictures
Its easy to shut off side power button in the middle of photo taking. Will only allow 1 or 2 photos to be attached to a text message. States the file is too big. I am new to using a smart phone. I previously owned a cheap flip phone that didn't have a dedicated qwerty screen. I am only just beginning to learn how many functions it has. I have a co-worker who owns one and am looking forward to a tutorial from him. Its like I jumped 20 years into the future overnight.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
(20 of 20 customers found this review helpful)
Best Smart Phone Available Right Now
4g rocks
Awesome Screen
powerful hardware
Screen Washes Out In Day
Best Uses
I'm an Android guy (Especially once they're rooted) and also old enough that a large, hi-res screen is highly beneficial. I honestly can't think of a single thing this phone can't or won't do that any other phone will. My girlfriend has the latest iphone and while it's a very good phone I wouldn't trade under any circumstances.<br /><br />My old Motorola X was under-powered and would constantly crash or freeze up when I tried mult-tasking. The 4S has power to spare. I cannot make this phone lock up, even when I've tried. It simply will not crash or freeze up, period.<br /><br />More powerful battery than the 3S and the phone seems to be better at power consumption. It's solid, but it could still be better.<br /><br />Huge, but not too big, screen with great color and quality. The darn thing is still very difficult to see in bright daylight, though.<br /><br />Best smart phone ever up to this point, IMO.
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More than six months
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