So one of these guys has a GS4. The other is dull and bald.
(Credit: Screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET)
Whenever you get on a plane, you always want to know what your phone seatmate's got, don't you?
You slide one eye across just to check whether they're as tastefully forward as you are.
If it's a phone you're interested in -- and your seatmate doesn't smell so bad -- you might ask about it. If it's a BlackBerry, you go back to texting your lover that you miss her more than ten-color rainbows.
This is the encounter upon which Samsung has based its latest attempt to make iPhone users feel a touch inadequate.