Samsung's next flagship smartphone is here.
Samsung took the wraps off the Galaxy S4, the much awaited successor to the S3, at an event in New York tonight.
The handset, which has a 5-inch display, will be available on 327 carriers in 55 countries, starting in April. The company did not provide a price.
It packs new features like simultaneous shooting from dual cameras, "smart" scrolling and pausing that works by tracking eyeballs, health tracking, and a built-in language translator.
The phone will come in both black and white, which the company is calling "black mist" and "white frost."
As expected, the S4 has got an onslaught of new hardware and software features. Here's a quick rundown:… Read more