We all know that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 will have a 5-inch Super AMOLED display, and it might be the best smartphone ever produced. Although, many think that the Galaxy S3 was already perfect, so how can Samsung improve on it and surpass its greatness with the Galaxy S4? Well, here’s a wish list of what we want the Galaxy S4 to have in order for it to become the dream phone we all want. Here are the things we hope get improved by Samsung on the Galaxy S4:
On the Galaxy S3, we could not feel its presence. Unlike Apple iPhone’s Siri, it had the humility to call itself a BETA, so that you wouldn’t get mad at it for committing mistakes. We expected too much of the S-Voice, and it just seems incapable of doing anything.
Yes, it can tell you the weather and climate today if you don’t want to look out the window yourself. The S-Voice can also save you several seconds by setting your alarm for you. But that’s about it. It’s not that amazing. It’s just weird to have S-Voice make headlines when we talk about the Galaxy S3, which is one of the best smartphones on the market today.
Many users even opt to use Speak To It Assistant app instead. Samsung should buy a company that can give the Galaxy S4 a chance to become the best voice-controlled smartphone on the market.
Better Mac Support
There are many people who like Apple laptops and Android smartphones. Before, people didn’t have the chance to connect both, not until the Galaxy S3 came into the spotlight. Sadly, Android changed its rules so that it follows MTP Protocol which is supported by Windows, but not Mac.
Sure, it’s Google’s issue with Apple, so we cannot blame Samsung for that. But then again, if we take a look at the HTC One X, which runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich, HTC was able to go around the code and was able to take support from Mac computers. Let’s just hope that Samsung will allow Mac support on the Galaxy S4.
When Samsung released the Galaxy S3, it also came with several accessories like a case, the C-Pen, and a dongle for connecting it to your TV. Sadly, they are all very expensive. They are not just mainstream accessories, but also they are of no use for many.
If Samsung could just make them cheaper, or include them in the Galaxy S4 box, then we would all be happy customers.
Samsung could also opt to provide a premium package where consumers can spend a little more if they want accessories. Besides, people love to spend more just to get the most out of the things they buy.
It’s always been like this: You plug in your phone and charge until it’s full. But let’s hope that the Galaxy S4 will have a more advanced kind of charging. Samsung can use other methods like using a mat and wireless charging. Sure, the Galaxy S3 has that feature, but it was never publicized.
How about a battery that can be charged kinetically? For example, you have to move fast, like running, to get an extra 20% battery charge. That would be good for your health. Who knows what Samsung can do to have better charging experience? Besides, Samsung is known for innovation.
Although we love the Galaxy S3, the speaker still sounds inferior. When the phone is on its back, sounds are muffled, unlike the iPhone that has bass. Why not add three to four powerful (yet small) speakers? If Samsung adds improved speakers on the Galaxy S4, we won’t even need a music dock. This would be a great selling point for Samsung.
If this wish list came true, we are sure that many would buy the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4. Many people might even sell their Galaxy S3 just to have this new one. Let’s just hope that Samsung will be able to surpass our wishes with the Galaxy S4.
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Aldrin Norwood is a resident blogger for Cash for Smartphones. A certified multimedia geek, he lives and breathes smartphone news and updates. Born from a family of writers- reinforced by his degree in English Studies- his work had been cited Honorable Mention on the Genoveva Edroza-Matute Literary Awards in 2011- Essay Division, and had been the Editor-in-Chief of his university’s official publication. He mostly writes about philosophy, pop culture, movies, literature, and technology, specifically about the smartphone industry.