Well, right off the bat I feel the Galaxy S5 is much less gimmicky than the Galaxy S4. The dust-resistant trait sounds really cool. I’m looking forward to hearing how much people like the Download Booster and all the other speed-centric highlights.
The S5 uses the latest generation Wi-Fi with MIMO technology to nearly double Wi-Fi connection speeds. Samsung says it’s the first smartphone in the world to do this.
I still remember that whole “It’s not really 16GB!!!” outrage with the S4 less than a year ago, where roughly half the RAM was eaten up by all the stuff that wasn’t useful to many folks – Examples: Dual Shot, Beauty Shot, S Translate. It seems Samsung asked customers about what’s most important and this is the result. More to come.
Great news from the “desk of Samsung” for those Android user’s out there!
Samsung has announced the successor to the Galaxy S4!
Coming to a store near you on April 11th of this year, the S5 is packed with a slew of great features. Including,
- 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display at 1920x1080p
- 2.5GHz quad-core processor
- 16-megapixel rear-facing camera and 2-megapixel front-facing camera
- 3GB of RAM
- 2,800 mAh battery
- Android 4.4 KitKat
- Built in fingerprint scanner
- Water resistance
- 4 colors: black, white, blue and gold
Along with this great list of features, Samsung is releasing with the S5 something called S Health 3.0. From Samsung’s press release, they say S Health 3.0 “provides a comprehensive personal fitness tracker to help users monitor and manage their behavior, along with additional tools including a pedometer, diet and exercise records, and a new, built-in heart rate monitor.”
Samsung’s full press release follows.
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