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One of the most often asked questions of technology expert Shelly Palmer is which smartphone is better: the Apple iPhone 5 or the Samsung Galaxy S4.

Palmer broke down the pros and cons to both phones during Good Day NY on Tuesday:

iPhone5 vs. Galaxy S4

  • iPhone 5 is already obsolete technology
  • the Galaxy S4 is brand new technology and is already obsolete
  • the iPhone 5 is ready immediately.. you can add apps to make it better, but for text calling, email it's ready to go
  • the S4 is a way better phone by every hardware measure: camera, screen
  • the S4's web browsing is an amazing experience
  • for the S4, you're going to have to set it up including everything as simple as text messaging notification... you really have to go find an app
  • VERDICT:    If you don't want to mess with the phone and not "stand in line" to buy apps, then the iPhone 5 is for you.  If you're willing to set it up, maximize customizing, then the S4 is the winner

For more information, visit ShellyPalmer.com

 

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