BBC Watchdog is preparing to analyze the hot-new Samsung Galaxy S4 on BBC1 at 8PM on Wednesday May 15th.
The video teaser suggests the show will focus on the handset’s memory size. The Watchdog host Anne Robinson had this to say:
Samsung, it claims its brand new Galaxy phone has an extra large memory, but what did it forget to mention?
Yup, it seems BBC will discuss users’ complaints about the built-in storage claims. You see, the 16GB version of the Galaxy S4 comes with just 9.5GB of free storage with the rest being occupied by Samsung’s own software. Moreover, the 32 and 64 GB versions are still not widely available and that could also be point worth examining.
In any case, we look forward to BBC Watchdog and are applauding the public pressure the show is making to force handset makers to properly advertise their products’ features.