Anonymous, 13 Aug 2013yes fm radio why would you say there is a radio while clearly people who have bought the samsun g s4 says they dont have ??? Come on be nice okay cos its hell to buy a fone you want and finally you realise it was a waste of time...I have been a fun of nokia phones but people really talking about the samsung and the new products they have and i dont know what to do about it...do i stick to nokia which probably is better than the nokia 808 or do i go for a samsung...? confused moment
m a grt lovr of Samsung galaxy smart phone. ryt now m using samsung G grand bt m lookng forwrd to buy samsung G S4zoom.how s the camera in SG S4Zoom? cld anyone suggest me plz.
I just bought Samsung GS4 Zoom and it's really very disappointing for those fm lovers. As a matter of fact, this smartphone does not have fm chipset and cannot play fm radio as it can be done in Samsung GS3 or even other old-fashioned phones. I'm so regret to have bought this just because it cant play radio offline. Think twice before you buy!
rakesh, 17 Aug 2013i telling you this head set problem is problemis veri super phone i like this......
Nice Phone + camera. valuable buying in Malaysia its cost about RM1599 ++. Very effortable to me. I must buy in coming item...c be cause it a good phone Samsung Galaxy S4 zoom. I m waiting so long to purchase this phone...My vote 5 Star...
Samsung promised a free Galaxy S4 smartphone to anyone who managed to stare at the device for 60 minutes non-stop with distractions like police dogs barking, hot dog vendors on fire, musicians, motorcycles driving past your side and crashing and other such attention killers.
Furthermore, Samsung also gave huge discounts to its potential buyers, who managed to stare at the smartphone long enough. Samsung Galaxy S4′s eye-tracking technology, which is also known as Smart-pause, allows the phone to tell whether the user is looking at the screen and is able to say, pause an on-screen video when the users looks away due to some distraction.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2013Oh please. I have both Nokia 808 and S4 Zoom. Nokia 808 produces natural images which i like a... moreheard u prefer the nokia over the samsung zoom...well i could enjoy the zoom in some other way just mail it over to me..;-)
i want one buh ain't got the money,shoot thats gonna be double the $ price in my country....
nice produce BUT good luck find a case for this ... i meen not a cheap Ebay case for 1.99$
we're like fool on using it m0stly in calling. .people will say its a camera. .lol
email@example.com, 13 Aug 2013is there FM Radio on this phone? Please Reply Phone user it does NOT have FM radio. i bought it a week ago.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2013Oh please. I have both Nokia 808 and S4 Zoom. Nokia 808 produces natural images which i like a... moreI respectfully disagree. As I said in my previous post, I have a Nokia 808 and as an overall package the Samsung is a far superior product. Yes there are some camera features I prefer on the Nokia but the Symbian os is dated and horrid. I've had no lag on my Samsung Zoom and battery life is fantastic. At least there are apps I can load on it compared to the Nokia. Nokia ditched their own os. It is finished and obsolete. It's pointless to even bring it up as they have replaced it with the 1020 which is a far more exciting product.
Not many people can afford multiple devices. If you had a budget for just one device would you buy the Nokia 808 (if you could find it) or the Samsung S4 zoom? As much as I love camera features, I need a smartphone too and lets face it; at this moment it's only Android or iOS. Blackberry are looking for a buyer and wp8 needs a long time to mature.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2013I am writing from my Samsung Galaxy S4 zOOM and it does NOT have radio. Wrong specs here.Some functions blocked Locally by the ROM...
So it could be software lock, there were phones like this.
You may want to try some search about it on google.
Oh please. I have both Nokia 808 and S4 Zoom. Nokia 808 produces natural images which i like and it has amazing low light imaging capabilities. Due to the sensor size being 1/1.2'' which is larger than S4 Zoom's sensor size on my Nokia 808 it captures more details and Pureview mode is amazing, you almost get DSLR like pictures quality and when cropping a picture taken with Nokia 808 it doesn't lose much details. Coming to S4 Zoom, it just has an optical zoom. My S4 Zoom just increases the ISO in auto mode to capture more details but fails miserably and captures too much Noise and pictures look artifical taken with it. Low light photography is good but video recording at night is pain with too much noise. It has no Pureview so you don't get good 8 or 5 MP stills. I lose too much details on pictures taken with S4 Zoom when cropping and sometimes S4 Zoom lags especially when it's loaded with apps and battery backup is very poor. I'm not a fanboy. I did a huge mistake by buying this camera/phone hybrid. For me, Nokia 808 is the real winner as it's easy to use and has many features in the camera than S4 Zoom. It's a good concept from Samsung however Samsung needs to work on image processing algorithms, camera lens and most importantly the designing.