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Reviews - Tuesday, June 11, 2013 17:24 - 14 Comments
review Over the past several years, Korean manufacturer Samsung has evolved as Apple’s eternal rival. Constantly, in my extended family and friend base, I hear people comparing and contrasting these two brands and asking themselves which should win their smartphone budget. This year’s attempt from Samsung is the fourth model in its popular Galaxy line. We already know the GS4 is good. But does the Galaxy S4 do enough to be considered the best smartphone on the market? Read on to find out. Continue…
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