Last month Samsung announced the Galaxy S4, its latest flagship Android smartphone, at a flamboyant event that took place in the Radio City Music Hall in New York. The smartphone is yet to be released to the public, but it has garnered quite a lot of interest  In a bid to shore up some more, Samsung today posted an infographic detailing technology which exists in the S4, that users may not know about. The infographic is solely focused to the nine sensors which Samsung is calling the “hidden innovation in the Galaxy S4.”

Samsung believes that users may be fascinated by the smartphone’s large display and battery capacity that has been tucked away in a light and slim body, so much so that they’ll probably not figure out about the nine sensors and “a wide array of recognition technologies” that understand user behavior and make Galaxy S4 such a joy to use. The infographic posted above gives detailed information about the RGB light sensor, Hall sensor, Barometer, Temperature/Humidity sensor, Accelerometer, Gyro sensor, Geomagnetic sensor, Proximity sensor and the Gesture sensor. Go on, give it a read!

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