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In this update to the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Challenge, I'm talking about little things I've found out about the smartphone.  Nothing too specific this time around.  I find myself liking the gallery configuration, as it closely resembles the Galaxy Note II's layout (which I used as my personal device for six months).  I've also noticed that when adding a personal picture as a wallpaper, the notification bar turns black as opposed to being part of the wallpaper itself.

So far, I continue to be impressed with the 2,600 mAh battery in the phone.  It's no Note II - nor did I expect it to be - but I'm able to make it through most of my days with some time to spare.  As I'm typing this, I'm sitting at 66 percent with pretty moderate use including calling, text messaging, and emailing.  Considering I pulled it off of the charger at 7:04 AM CT, I'm pretty pleased.

What do you want to see covered in the challenge?  Let me know on Twitter @PhoneDog_Aaron!


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