Thursday, 10 April 2014

Introducing the Samsung Galaxy S5...

With the Samsung Galaxy S5 release date approaching us tomorrow we thought we would put together a guide to the latest addition to the Samsung family.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is available in Electric Blue, Copper Gold, Shimmer White and Charcoal Black, each with a perforated design.
The S5 measures 142 by 72.5 by 8.1mm, and weighs 145g – 15g heavier than the S4.
Samsung have also revealed that the S5 is water and dust resistant too like the Sony Xperia Z, so hopefully this will mean it’s a little more durable than its previous models.

The S5 has an incredible 16Mp rear facing camera, compared to the S4’s 13Mp camera. It also has improved image stabilisation as well as new selective focus mode and a speedy auto-focus that will enable you to focus your image in less than a third of a second.
The front facing camera is 2Mp which is the same as the Galaxy S4.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 has a 5.1 inch Full HD screen and is super AMOLED, it measures 1920 x 1080 pixels.
The S5 has had a significant boost with a 2.5GHz Quad core processor compared with the S4's 1.9GHz chip. It also runs Android 4.4.2 Kitkat.

Samsung have given the S5 a battery boost. Samsung claim that the battery offers up to 12 hours of video playback.
The S5 also has full category 4 LTE connectivity, as well as WiFi MIMO (802.11ac). This is the first smartphone to ever have such a combo. It also features the new download booster which allows you to download 1GB in approx. 30 seconds. The download booster uses a mix of WIFI and LTE to download data.

Like the iPhone 5s the Samsung Galaxy S5 also features an all-new fingerprint scanner. This will provide access to a 'Private Mode' that no one else will be able to get into and it will also enable secure mobile payments.

Like the Nokia Lumia there’s also a Kids Mode enabling your children to have access to their own space to play dedicated apps which help to protect them… and your S5!

And finally one last extra, the S5 also features a heart rate monitor, situated just below the rear-facing camera. This is a rather random extra but it is the first smartphone to have a heart rate monitor built-in.

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What are your opinions on the Samsung Galaxy S5? Will you be rushing out to buy one?

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