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Samsung Galaxy S5 Review
23 May 2015
Excerpt: would be to say that it’s a “masterpiece of evolution.” The phone has a great camera and has evolved to give good quality pictures which are sharp, clear and fast. Also, this is a great phone for the fitness freaks – it has a more powerful Health App dedicated to monitor heart rate.
Excerpt: Though it’s no longer a flagship device, Samsung’s Galaxy S5 remains a very capable and full-featured phone perfect for any teen partial to Android over iOS. The 5 inch screen is a super AMOLED screen that dishes out a resolution of 1080x1920 for about 432 pixels per square inch.
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy S5 was Samsung's flagship in 2014. Packed with a 2.5GHz Quad-Core SnapDragon 801 Chip, 2GB of RAM, a 5.1-inch Full HD Super AMOLED Display, and more, the Galaxy S5 was one powerful and popular device when it launched.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy S5 does a lot of things well. Its Super AMOLED display offers stunning visuals, while its Snapdragon 801 CPU delivers strong performance. Features such as S Health continue to grow, becoming more useful, despite a gimmicky heartbeat monitor.
Pros: Vivid, gorgeous display Water-resistant chassis Sharp camera with compelling features Long battery life
Cons: Inconsistent fingerprint sensor Annoying port cover Weak audio
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy S5 is more than just an incremental upgrade in hardware. It introduces a couple of new additions such as a fingerprint scanner and a heart rate sensor. On the software side, there’s a new Download Booster for faster downloads using both WiFi and 4G LTE connections at the same...
Samsung Galaxy S5 review: A solid phone that misses a few beats
14 November 2014
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy S5 may not be the latest and greatest phone on the market from Samsung , but the S5 is still incredibly relevant, in fact it's still one of the best selling Android devices as we head out of 2014. The S5 is barely 7 months old, but in the smartphone world that is a lifetime.
Conclusion: After going through all of the features, performance, and software of both phones, I would be lying if I wasn’t more torn on which phone is the better choice. Neither phone is perfect, the S5 for example had problems with its camera focus in testing.
Conclusion: While there's been a lot of discussion over the impact of 1440p displays on battery life and performance, it seems that Samsung has managed to make the move to 1440p without losing performance or battery life for the most part.
Excerpt: After spending months with a Samsung Galaxy S5 review device, it is clear that the new Samsung smartphone offers enough to compete with the iPhone 5s, but it is not a perfect experience. In this Samsung Galaxy S5 review I’ll explain why you should buy the Galaxy S5 and what to know before you do.