Fresh off of a vacation and on day 18 of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 challenge, I keep bumping into a storage space limitation - which was particularly frustrating while I was traveling. With no desire to find a microSD card (and on the small island I was on in Hawaii, the search probably would have been futile), I resorted to deleting pictures each time I got close to the storage limit - which was quite often. At one point, I couldn't install app updates because there wasn't enough storage space on the phone. I'm going to snag a microSD after work one evening this week, so I'll keep you updated on how it performs.
(As I mentioned in the video, AT&T now offers the 32 GB Samsung Galaxy S 4 - though it's $50 more expensive than HTC's One, which offers 32 GB of internal storage with no microSD card slot)
Otherwise, battery life continues to be a nice balance between the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II. It's nice to have a battery that can make it through the day, in a phone that's not too big in the pocket. I'm a big fan of the 5-inch smartphone size, and much like the HTC DROID DNA, the size of the Galaxy S 4 seems to be just right for my use. Camera quality was impressive throughout the trip. It was my primary shooter on my adventures, and I was very pleased.
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