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Is Samsung S4 good for gaming?

Is Samsung S4 good for gaming?

With the latest version of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600 processor, the Galaxy S4 catapults itself to the top of the smartphone gaming heap. Eric Franklin leads the CNET Reviews editors in San Francisco as managing editor.

What is the latest Android version for S4?

Samsung Galaxy S4

Galaxy S4 in White
Form factor Slate
Dimensions 136.6 mm (5.38 in) H 69.8 mm (2.75 in) W 7.9 mm (0.31 in) D
Mass 130 g (4.6 oz)
Operating system Original: Android 4.2.2 “Jelly Bean” Current: Android 5.0.1 “Lollipop” Unofficial: Android 12.1 “Snow Cone” via LineageOS 19.1

How do you make Samsung S4 run faster?

How to make the Samsung Galaxy S4 run faster for better…

  1. Update Android.
  2. Turn off bits of TouchWiz.
  3. Disable the Lock Effect.
  4. Tell S Voice to get stuffed.
  5. Change the launcher.
  6. Investigate Android.
  7. Winnow your widgets.

How long does a Samsung S4 last?

It’s a small capacity upgrade from the S3, and a welcome one. Samsung claims 17 hours of talk time, and this slightly lofty goal rings near enough true with a full day’s substantial use of web browsing, gaming, email checking and more leaving enough reserves to satisfy a bit of video playback on the evening commute.

Can I upgrade S4 to Android 7?

You can now update your Samsung Galaxy S4 to Android 7.0 Nougat using AOSP Nougat custom ROM. The ROM is still a work in progress but offers a number of Nougat features right on your device. The ROM runs smoothly, except for broken video recording, which the developers are working on.

Can I upgrade Samsung S4 to Android 6?

You can now update Samsung Galaxy S4 to Android 6.0 Marshmallow using a trusted old friend, crDroid custom ROM. Based on the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow firmware, crDroid brings a number of custom features like AdBlocker and Ambient Backlight control.

How do I make my Samsung run faster?

Table Of Contents

  1. A Simple Restart Can Bring Pace To Your Android Device.
  2. Keep Your Phone Updated.
  3. Uninstall and Disable Apps That You Don’t Need.
  4. Clean Up Your Home Screen.
  5. Clear Cached App Data.
  6. Free Your Internal Memory.
  7. Try To Use Lite Versions of Apps.
  8. Install Apps From Known Sources.