Originally Posted by ltmays
Also, does the galaxy s4 have a shitty saturated screen? I had the S3 for 3 days and the colors on the screen wore horrible compared to my bright iphone so i got rid of it.
This doesn't quite make sense.
It is true that the colours on Samsung screens do tend to be over-saturated (although this can be adjusted to suit the user) but that makes colours look more not less bright.
Over-saturated means colours look brighter and more vivid than they actually are.
I have an S4 and an iPhone 5 (not the s) and I much prefer the screen on the S4, but that is really a matter of personal taste. Don't forget though, this can be adjusted on the S4 if you don't like the default.
For what it's worth (and I would readily concede that it's not worth much), I much prefer my S4 to my iPhone 5, which is a decent phone but just a bit boring.