Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy S4 — but looking at its hardware and software specs, I wonder if the Korean chaebol should’ve instead taken a leaf out of Apple’s playbook and called it the Galaxy S3S. Beyond its larger, 1080p screen — which by all accounts is a wonder to behold — there is almost no difference between the Galaxy S3 and S4′s hardware. At the presentation in New York, various Samsung execs spent a couple of hours detailing the S4′s new features — and, really, with almost no exceptions, they were all software-based. Mostly I can agree with that, only difference apart from better screen is a better SoC, but it still remains a quad core phone in reality. That out of the way, I too can't see utility of adding redundant features such as S translate or S Voice etc. Anyway, my personal feeling is S3 owners doesn't really need to upgrade to S4, unless they really want that display.