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9 ways Samsung's Galaxy S4 is better than the iPhone 5

Them’s fighting words.

SAMSUNG ANNOUNCED ITS much-hyped new flagship phone the Galaxy S4 earlier this month in New York.

Criticis have been going wild because the Galaxy S4 is seen as real competition to Apple’s iPhone 5.

The Galaxy S4 is packed with the latest hardware and software features like a 13 megapixel camera, eye tracking technology, and even a way to use the phone without touching the screen.

While the iPhone 5 is still an impressive smartphone, the new Samsung phone has a lot of impressive features. Here’s why it’s better than the iPhone.

9 ways Samsung's Galaxy S4 is better than the iPhone 5
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  • The Galaxy S4's screen is bigger

  • The Galaxy S4 is faster than the iPhone 5

  • The Galaxy S4 has a sharper screen

  • The Galaxy S4 has better camera software

  • Google Now is light years better than Siri

  • The Galaxy S4 is more versatile

  • The Galaxy S4 has more memory contributing to the overall quickness of the phone

  • The Galaxy S4 has a removable battery

  • Users can expand the Galaxy S4's storage

Read: The Samsung Galaxy S4 has arrived. Here what you need to know >

Read: Samsung sells 100 million Galaxy S smartphones >

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