Samsung has already spoken to CNET UK about its new gadget's capacity crunch, saying the lack of space is necessary to provide owners with, "more powerful features". I've asked Samsung for a comment on the Beeb's impending investigation, and I'll let you know as soon as I hear something. The S4 does come with a microSD card slot, allowing you to increase its available space. You can't save apps to an external card however, which means you'll need to keep an eye on how many apps you have on your phone at once, and how much space they're occupying.
32 and 64GB versions of the S4 have been promised, but can't currently be found on sale from UK retailers or networks, Nabbing a higher-capacity mobile will also make the already-pricey S4 much more expensive, Would you like to see Anne Robinson and pals take Samsung to task? Have you seen the 32 or 64GB models on sale anywhere? Let me know in the comments, or on symmetry series clear graphics case for apple iphone 7 and 8 - inside the lines our Facebook wall, The consumer rights show will examine the S4, which has come under fire for having less storage space than advertised..
And another day, another new Nokia video, although the Finnish phone-flinger is still yet to confirm the name of this mysterious 'new Nokia'. We expect it to be the 928, but it may have a different name -- possibly the 925 -- in different regions. Whatever it's called, we've already seen the PureView camera of the forthcoming Lumia pitted against the Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 on a nocturnal roller coaster ride, followed by a busking-based battle of audio quality between the Nokia and S3. This time it's another camera test, showing off the shake reduction powers of the Lumia's snapper.
There's no challengers this time, but it is by far the most scenic video yet, The Lumia is mounted on a remote control helicopter and flown across the picturesque lakes, desolate shipwrecks and beautiful landscape of the Squamish valley in British Columbia, Canada, Hit play below to see more, Nokia highlights the image stabilisation technology in the Lumia, which allows the camera gubbins to symmetry series clear graphics case for apple iphone 7 and 8 - inside the lines move slightly in compensation for the infinitesimal movements of the phone, That's useful because unless your phone or camera is on a hard surface, it's probably shaking slightly -- even when you hold it really, really still, your hand is still shaking very, very slightly, And even those teeny-tiny movements are enough to cause the picture to come out blurry..
If you're excited about the new Lumia, Vodafone is the first British network to confirm it will sell the new phone, whatever it turns out to be called. The new Nokia will be unveiled right here in that London on Tuesday, and we'll be down the front as always, elbows flying, to bring you the first news, previews and videos, complete with a live blog of the announcement. Can Nokia challenge the iPhone and Android? Tell me your thoughts in the comments, or strap yourself to a remote controlled helicopter and fly on over to our Facebook page.