Which is the best 64GB microSD card out there? Yup, I want to know the answer too because I want to use it on my latest gadget ~ Samsung Galaxy S4. Therefore, I got myself a 64GB Samsung microSDXC Pro UHS-1 Card. It is Samsung fastest microSD card with UHS-I support (Class 10) which provides up to 70 MB/s read and 20 MB/s write speed. And it is waterproof, shockproof against small drops, X-ray proof, magnet-proof and temperature-proof to extremes. How does 64GB Samsung microSDXC Pro UHS-1 Card perform? Let’s find out…
64GB Samsung microSDXC Pro UHS-1 Card
Never make a fast conclusion about battery life on new device. Yes, my Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 went through more than 5 times fully discharged and charged cycles. So I am confident that my Galaxy S4 battery is ready to have a better and accurate benchmark for battery life test. Galaxy S4 has 2,600 mAh battery. As usual, screen display and processor use the most battery out of others. How does Samsung Exynos 5 Octa Core Processor and 5″ Full HD Super AMOLED screen perform? Let’s find out…
Galaxy S4 battery history details
Slicepad D7 is a 7″ screen budget tablet loaded with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean from local consumer electronics, SKR Sdn Bhd with INEC brand in Kedah, Malaysia. It is almost like its bigger brother Slicepad D8 but loaded with better and wider viewing angle IPS screen. Powered by the same ARM Dual-core Cortex A9 CPU @ 1.6GHz and Quad-core GPU. And having 8GB of storage and 1GB DDR3 RAM too. Hmm… There is lot of 7″ tablets out there in the market. Can Slicepad D7 compete with them? Let’s find out…
Some readers said that I am pro Samsung devices and hate HTC devices. Well, I am not in favour to any brand (FYI, I love my legendary HTC HD2, no smartphone can beat it). Neither Samsung nor HTC pay me to write. No free goodies from them too. I am just telling the truth and nothing but the truth. Yes, my Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 overheats. Luckily, not as hot as HTC One X (HTC One X auto shutdown when battery temp reaches 70 °C. Yes, it can overheat up to 70 °C). But still consider hot instead of warm especially on top part of the phone where all the heavy duty chips are located there.
Samsung Galaxy S4 overheating
Always test Samsung Android devices before buy it (only valid for shop purchase though). Yes, this applies to Samsung flagship Galaxy S4 too. Samsung makes a great tool for them to check the hardware quality at test development stage. And you can use it to test too. The application is called FactoryKeystring. Basically, it covers all the hardware function tests for Galaxy S4. You can check 1080p Full HD Super AMOLED screen with Red, Green, Blue, Receiver (white) and Vibration (black) colour. Make sure that there is no dead or bright pixel. That’s the first thing I will do. I really hate dead pixel as it is very annoying. There are other tests like Dimming, Touch and TSP Hovering to test the screen function as well. Front and back camera can be tested with Mega cam and Front cam. Both speakers’ tests are included too. Sleep, Sub key, LED, IR LED, LOW FREQUENCY, Barcode Emulator and SensorHub Test are the rest of the tests. Test all of them if you can.
Samsung Galaxy S4 hardware tests