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Accessories for your Samsung Galaxy S 4

Today was a very exciting day of many of us. Samsung finally announced its Samsung Galaxy S 4 device that’s set to dominate the world of Android. The device features top of the line specs, including a 1.9GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor (Exynos 5 Octa CPU internationally), 5-inch 1080p display, 2GB of RAM, 13MP rear-facing camera, and more. Samsung has also announced a series of accessories to protect your future smartphone with, as well as a few accessories that will allow you to fully utilize its S Health app.
Samsung Galaxy S 4 covers

Samsung will be releasing 4 types of cases for the Samsung Galaxy S 4. There’s the pouch that will protect your S 4 from the dangers that exist inside of your pocket or your purse. There’s the standard Flip Cover that was introduced with the Samsung Galaxy S III and Samsung Galaxy Note II. There are the protective cases that come in a variety of colors, so you can both personalize and protect your S 4 at the same time. Finally, there’s the S View cover, a new type of cover introduced by Samsung that protects your phone, and also provides an opening on the front screen that will allow you to check your Caller ID, or notifications quickly.
Samsung Galaxy S 4 S-view cover
There were also 3 accessories Samsung introduced that will help you fully utilize its new S Health app. These include the S Band pedometer, a body scale, and a heart rate monitor. The S Health app will be a great tool for those of you trying to stick to a diet and get into shape. The app, combined with these accessories, records all of your health information, including distance walked, calories burned, eating habits, weight, sleep patterns, heart rate, blood sugar, blood pressure and more. All of the information will be organized for you in an easy-to-read format. We’ll provide you with a hands-on demonstration of these accessories soon.
Samsung S Health accessories
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 is a phenomenal device, and it should be making its way to 155 countries sometime around the end of April. If you weren’t able to catch Samsung’s Mobile Unpacked event today, no worries, because SlashGear has all of the information you need to know about the device. You can find a break down of the S 4′s new features, a hands-on demonstration, and device comparisons in the timeline below.


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