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#19 Its camera can take multiple images and composite them together automatically
Samsung calls this feature Drama mode (like we need more drama in our lives...sigh). In any case, this feature works like the object removal feature in that it knows what the background is and what has changed. As a result, if your subject is moving across the landscape, it can composite multiple frames into one image, giving a dramatic slow-mo-in-a-snapshot feel.
It's a little silly as features go, but the iPhone 5 doesn't have it.
Image courtesy my Samsung S4.
#20 You can install apps from a browser on your PC
Seriously, how is it possible that Apple can't do this yet? You can install apps straight from the Google Play Web site, using your favorite browser. Sure, you can also install apps right on your phone, but you're certainly not stuck with having to launch iTunes.
I've said this before and I'll say it again. It's time for iTunes to die.
Image courtesy a real Web browser.
#21 It can show two apps on-screen at once
My new Android phone supports multi-window mode, which allows it to display two apps on-screen at once. While I'd certainly find this far more useful in a tablet, it's still a modern wonder that my old iPhone can't duplicate (neither can the iPad).
Image courtesy pressing the home and power buttons at the very same time and holding for a few seconds.