Samsung’s current flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5 has a plethora of features.
What makes the smartphone different from its predecessor can be determined by putting both the smartphones against each other. Let us put the Galaxy S4 against the Galaxy S5 smartphone in terms of their performance, to determine the difference between these two highly successful smartphones from the Korean giant, Samsung Electronics.
The comparison in terms of performance between the two smartphones would also help us understand the enhancements made to the predecessor, Galaxy S4. It would make the potential users come to a logical verdict to pick the better smartphone between the two. Performance determines whether the smartphone would be able to handle the pressure of daily usage.
In terms of graphics, the S4 smartphone comes equipped with a Qualcomm Adreno 320 graphic processor, enabling the smartphone to play any game presently provided by the Google Play Store. The S4 scores a healthy 11254 points in the 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited graphic processor scale. The S4 was considered very fast a year ago. However, the smartphone now falls behind the present updated smartphones. In comparison, the S5 smartphone comprises of a newer and faster Adreno 330 graphic processor that scores around 18438 on the test.
In terms of memory, the Galaxy S4 comes with a RAM of 2GB. However, several phablets did not exceed the standard 2GB of RAM. The S5 also comes with similar RAM of 2GB as the company did not feel the need to increase the RAM.
The Galaxy S4 comes with a storage capacity of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB variants. In comparison, the S5 comes with 16GB and 32GB variants. However, the difference lies in the external memory enhancement slot. The S4 comes with an external memory card slot for memory enhancement up to 64GB in comparison to the 128GB memory enhancement slot of the S5 smartphone.
The Galaxy S4 comprises of a 2600 mAh battery that caters the user with 17 hours of talk time, as claimed by the company. However, the battery lasted around ten and a half hours on video rundown test. The Galaxy S5 comprises of a large 2800 mAh battery unit. However, the larger screen, additional features and a powerful processor would possibly drain the battery more. In fact, the GS5 comes with Ultra Power saving mode, which enables the battery to last a day without the need to charge the smartphone.