Galaxy S4: Cool features, awful launch

Bridget Carey breaks down the details of Samsung's Galaxy S4 smartphone -- and its embarrassing unveiling.

CNET Update didn't expect Samsung to be sexist:

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Samsung finally unveiled its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4. But this was no ordinary press conference. The Galaxy S4 presentation was a campy Broadway-styled spectacle that was painful to watch with sexist caricatures of women.

Despite the distasteful event, the Galaxy S4 will surely be a big seller and top rival to the iPhone. Today's video offers a quick explanation of the smartphone's new features, such as being able to navigate by waving a hand over the screen. (Many of these features will also come to Galaxy S3 users.) The phone is expected to launch in April or May in the U.S., and will work with accessories like the S View cover, a wireless charging station, and health monitors.

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