Le S10 Galaxy est appelée à ses débuts dans quelques semaines, il est donc temps de revenir sur…

Le S10 Galaxy est appelée à ses débuts dans quelques semaines, il est donc temps de revenir sur…

The Galaxy S10 is set to debut in a few weeks so it’s time to revisit the best-selling Android phone of all time

Avant d’obtenir un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument analyse les différents appareils disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de lire les actualité tous les jours de manière gréable ?

le [Samsung Galaxy S4](https://i.ibb.co/KNGpRRX/Whats-App-Image-2019-02-09-at-09-28-523-2.jpg) a été mon seul et seulement le téléphone pour la dernière ~6 ans (et plus) depuis le jour du lancement en juin 2013 jusqu’à ce jour.

Avantages : – [5-inch 16:9 1080p Super AMOLED display](https://i.ibb.co/ykZPMLm/Whats-App-Image-2019-02-09-at-09-28-491-2.jpg). Encore des questions (https://i.ibb.co/TLjXcWf/Whats-App-Image-2019-02-09-at-18-37-28.jpg) [no burn-in]. Il est lumineux et visible en plein soleil. J’aime les petits téléphones.

– [Removable battery](https://i.ibb.co/rbSvxkD/Whats-App-Image-2019-02-07-at-21-16-27-LI.jpg). L’an dernier, après la mort de la batterie d’origine, j’ai acheté une nouvelle batterie Samsung fait pour 20$ dans le magasin local de Samsung brick-and-mortar (10 minutes en voiture de la maison & ils ont encore beaucoup de batteries en stock). La vie de la batterie est maintenant comme neuve. Cela m’a sauvé des centaines de dollars.

-13Мп arrière – face [camera](https://i.ibb.co/wM4C3Wd/20180621-120414.jpg) fait encore un [great job](https://i.ibb.co/T2V7cp0/20180622-154046.jpg) à peu près tous les scénarios à l’exception de la nuit.

-slot pour carte microSD.

-Notification multi-color LED.

-Prise casque.

-Aucun bouton assistant de Bixby/google.

Inconvénients : -SoC montre son âge. Navigation sur le web est encore, ~ ~ rapide comme l’éclair ~ ~ assez rapide pour mes besoins.

-Selfie-appareil photo 2MP est meh.

– Faux – cadre plastique métallique est hideux. Je préfère aussi des téléphones Sony [matte plastic back](https://cdn.gsmarena.com/imgroot//reviews/18/sony-xperia-xz2-compact/lifestyle/-728w2/gsmarena_006.jpg) de la S4 [glossy back](https://i.ibb.co/g9T5KSX/Whats-App-Image-2019-02-07-at-21-16-28-2.jpg ).

-Aucun mode dark à l’échelle du système d’exploitation.

Mon appréciation de la S4 de la galaxie ne progresse plus forte que les OEM déposez ces fonctionnalités intemporelles.

Voici un autre de 6 ans avec mon fidèle Samsung Galaxy S4 🥂 AMA


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26 réflexions au sujet de “Le S10 Galaxy est appelée à ses débuts dans quelques semaines, il est donc temps de revenir sur…”

  1. >Still, browsing the web is lightning-fast

    Lol, what? My S4 is STRUGGLING. I’m lucky that it’s even gonna last me until the S10 drops. It’s constantly freezing while simply web browsing. The phone gets HOT.

    Even without these issues, I’d be upgrading. The low RAM can’t even keep individual web pages loaded. I’ve run out of room for apps. I need something with better QoL and battery life. I don’t get how you’re gonna go for another 6 years.

  2. I didn’t own the S4 but I did get the Note 3, which released that same year.

    It honestly was Samsung’s best year for phone iterations. I enjoyed my Note 3 so much more than I’ve enjoyed any other Samsung phones. Had it for 2 years (upgraded to the S6 which I hated so much) but would’ve kept it longer if I didn’t have a want to get the latest and greatest.

  3. I can’t believe you don’t have burn ins. Even not small one?
    WhatsApp has completely burnt itself on my s8’s screen and it hasn’t even been 2 years yet.

    That and the bigger battery are the only reasons I’m considering the S10+

  4. I loved my S4. So thin and light compared to today’s phones. Perfect size. And includes the IR blaster. Pretty much the perfect phone hardware-wise as far as I am concerned.

    If you don’t love the shiny back, you need to get one of these grippy matte black (or white) faux-leather covers. It will change your life for the better. example: https://www.ebay.com/itm/OEM-Faux-Leather-Battery-Back-Cover-For-Samsung-Galaxy-S4-i9500-i9505-Black-US-/301438594667

  5. I used the S3 while I was a broke college kid for maybe 4 years. Very reliable, loved that phone.

    This was a time when every generational upgrade to smartphones were huge.

    I didn’t really think much of it until I tried out a Note 5 from Costco and it was a world of difference.

    Honestly, if I were you I’d save up a couple bucks and look for something like a used S8. They cost relatively low in the used market and the performance increase and battery life you get is a world’s difference. If you use it everyday, it’s more than worth it.

  6. I remember upgrading from an iPhone 4 to the Galaxy S4. That screen blew me and my friends away.

    You must take really good care of your phone. When customers come in with a phone like this or even something like an S6 and want to finally upgrade it takes me 10 minutes just to download the Samsung smart switch app from the play store. These phones move like snails on heroin when treated poorly.

  7. My s6 is still alive and it doesn’t have a removable battery. Still I managed to replace it with an s7 edge battery and now have even better battery life w o burn in on a 1440p screen. Bought this phone on launch in 2015.

  8. Well , pretty great that there is still batteries for these old legends , I’m trying to get a battery for my s5 , do you know where I can get one?

  9. I think it’s great that you’re still able to use your S4. My experience (i9500) was quite the opposite. It lasted me about a year during which I faced numerous problems including heating up, terrible battery life (about 2 hrs of SOT when watching a movie), laggy UI etc. It seems to me that the only reason you still have it is because your usage is extremely limited. I found my cheap Redmi Note 3 (with SD650) to be way way faster than S4 at every possible task.

  10. * – No Bixby/google assistant button.

    I never understood how and why people started bitching about that additional button on newer Samsung phones. I moved from a Note 4 I had way too long for the removable battery to a Note 8. On the first day I could immediately understand the criticism that its easy to press the Bixby button by accident, but already a week later it happened almost never. Four months in and it never happens to me.

    But do you really use Bixby?

    Me, not at all. I do think its kind of misunderstood by the media since its more of a digital assistant for doing stuff on your phone instead of a digital assistant that is more or less a search prompt. I mean you can still set reminders and search how tall Obama is, but its priority is to allow you to control your phone and the apps on it per voice.

    At least that is what I get from watching Youtube videos about it, the fact that it still wasn’t supporting German voice prompts last year (I think that finally changed) resulted in me not even testing it. **But instead, with BxActions I just remapped that button (single press toggles the quick settings / notification area, press and hold is for Google Assistant, double press to reconnect my BT headphones and double press and hold for my GF’s Whatsapp chat.**

    This setup is so great that my next phone undoubtedly will again be a Samsung phone.

  11. Used to have the S3 for 3 years. Only quit it because the charging port broke. Shit was great. No complaints about it at all. Great photos & decent battery life.

    I MISS my removable battery so much. When I lived in Korea, you could take your battery to a convenience store if it died, drop it off for an hour while you were out partying and come back to a fully charged battery.

    Back in America with a non-removable battery I just gotta live with a dead phone in my pocket. Some things may not be as pretty but if they work better does it really even matter… let me take that shit out.

  12. My s4 was my first android flagship. I remembered how happy I was flashing custom roms like cyanogenmod and installing root apps then showing it to my friends.

  13. I’ve had an S4 since January of last year and until the beginning of this February, when I replaced it with an S7.

    Despite the fact that several issues affected my unit, like the SIM card reader contacts being defective, the battery getting worse and the eventual failure of both the micro-USB port and the rear camera and flash (due to an apparent issue with the logic board), the S4 was still the only mobile device I had that worked consistently well during the entirety of 2018.

    I liked the fact that it had a display the same size and resolution of my S5 (which unfortunately kicked the bucket in August of last year, because of an admittedly bad treatment) on a smaller body, and the Snapdragon 600 it packed was still pretty fast. Those 2 GBs of RAM were pretty much putting a bottleneck on the potential performance of the SoC, sadly.

    While there were some things that really irked me during my time with it (not being able to play 1080p60 video on YouTube, the constant app reloading when multitasking; even on an AOSP based ROM, how fucking *hot* it got almost every time I used it for long periods), the fact thay it still managed to take my usage habits with not too many issues, I can’t really say it gave a hard time at all (until the camera failed, that is).

    Now my sister is using the device, and for her use case, which is pretty much that of an usual teenage girl, it handles everything she throws at it like a champ. Talking on WhatsApp? Of course! Watching Netflix and YouTube for hours? Absolutely! Making IG Stories and recording those damn TikToks? You betcha.

    I’d say that older flagship phones such as the S4, S5, Note 3, or Note 4 are still really competitive today and may offer a better value compared to other new budget phones. The older flagships will have better displays, may have unique features and readily available accessories and replacement parts.

    Not to mention the online development communities that keep them up to date. You would be hard-pressed to find something comparable with many budget phones, particularly those with MediaTek (yuck) SoCs.

  14. I had the s4 which I was happy with until it got wet.

    Got the S5 and still use it today as a backup to my s7.

    No issues with burn-ins or anything. All were bought as secondhand models.

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