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Samsung Galaxy S4 smaller with S3 beating specs

We’ve seen a number of S3 owners make suggestions for the Samsung Galaxy S4, and while some people want the specs to include better battery life, an enhanced display, tailored software improvements, and an aluminum or metal casing, it seems that some people want to see a smaller Galaxy S4 when the specs are finally revealed. This seemed strange at first considering we know that Samsung launched an S3 mini not too long ago, although after taking a closer look at this possibility we start to understand it.

The slightly smaller Samsung Galaxy S4 — the S3 sold well over 30m units and showed that not only do people love Android, but they also love this handset created by Samsung. Most people love to see things improve and change will happen to some degree when we reach the Galaxy S4 release date, but what new features should be added and what should stay the same?

We’ve heard from a number of PR readers that want to see the Samsung Galaxy S4 a little smaller, so it “fits better in a pocket” and while some people point to the new S3 mini, it is worth pointing out that the specs have been reduced on this device to gain a smaller size. Samsung can make the Galaxy S4 form factor smaller by decreasing the size of the bezel on the sides, which would create a true edge-to-edge screen and reduce the width slightly. The top and bottom of the handset could also be reduced slightly and still allow for a screen size the same as on the S3, if they wish to do this.

Would you like to see the Samsung Galaxy S4 launch a little smaller with S3 beating specs? This can be done without reducing the screen size too much, although if the size is reduced what is the smallest you’d like to the Galaxy S4 screen? Personally we’d love to the Galaxy S4 with a reduced screen at 4.5-inches, from 4.8-inches, and with an edge-to-edge display to allow for a notability smaller device in your hand that hardly reduces in screen real estate. Add to this the fact that the Galaxy S4 will gain much more advanced hardware like an improved camera, and a faster processor, then you have a slightly smaller more power handset that could top the sales of this years flagship Samsung phone.

Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

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