Samsung Galaxy S4 : Accessories ~ Hackinthus

Friday, March 15, 2013

Samsung Galaxy S4 : Accessories

A smartphone is incomplete without it's accessories. So this time, Samsung has bag full of accessories for your Galaxy S4 so that your Galaxy is never alone.

So many people spend their health gaining wealth, and then have to spend their wealth to regain their health.” ~ A.J.Materi
Keeping this in mind, Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with 'S Health', a built-in software, so when you spend your wealth on S4, you also gain health out of it. Samsung has announced S Band and the Body Scale accessories to promote S Health. Both the accessories gets connected to your device via S Health app and tracks your fitness. Body Scale helps you keep record of your weight, while S Band is a calorie tracker.

image credit : theverge

Wireless Charging, as expected, is there for Galaxy S4 with support for the Qi wireless standard. All of you have to do is put your smartphone on top of the charging pad and leave. Your device will magically start juicing up.  

 image credit : engadget

Good news for gamers!! Samsung has announced their very own wireless gamepad accessory. You can connect it to Galaxy S4 and level up your mobile gaming experience.

image credit :gamexeon

Last but not the least, Cases. As usual, Samsung will be officially launching cases for Galaxy S4 and one of them will be flip cover as seen for S III and Note II. Samsung also introduced something called 'S View Cover' which display useful information via a transparent cover over the case.

My favorite among all is the Gamepad. The way it projects your device once it get connected is just amazing. Can't wait to get my hands on that.

Stay tuned with us to keep yourself updated with Galaxy S4.

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About Author :
Sukesh Kumar is long time iOS user who currently shifted to Android. He is currently pursuing his Engineering in Bangalore as a computer science student. His love towards his gadgets and experimenting with it's features brought him close towards blogging and writing about technical stuffs. Read More



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