Samsung galaxy s5 new ground breaking features (with PICTURES & VEDIOS)

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This review includes everything from key features to drawbacks , pricing camera , and all the other information you will need about samsung's most talked about smartphone of 2014.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Design

“The Galaxy S5 blends iconic Samsung design with modern trends to appeal to a range of consumer tastes and interests” – That’s the official line via Samsung. Another way of looking at it is that the Galaxy S5, save for the dimpled back panel and slightly larger chassis, looks a lot like the Samsung Galaxy S4, which, in turn, looked quite a bit like the Galaxy S3. Expect to hear a lot of people moaning about this over the next couple of weeks.

Exact measurements are 142.0 x 72.5 x 8.1mm and the handset weighs in at 145g, making it heavier, thicker and larger than the Galaxy S4. The edges of the device feature the same familiar silver accents we saw aboard the Galaxy S4 and Note 3,
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Samsung Galaxy S5 Specs & Hardware

Samsung Galaxy S5: Key Specs
Display: 5.1” FHD Super AMOLED (1920 x 1080)
Processor: 2.5GHz Quad core application processor
RAM: 2GB
Storage: 16/32GB
SD: Up To 128GB
OS: Android 4.4.2 KitKat
Connectivity: WiFi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac HT80, MIMO(2x2); Bluetooth®: 4.0 BLE / ANT+; USB: USB 3.0; NFC; IR Remote
Camera: 16MP (rear), 2.0MP (front)
Battery: 2800mAh
Sensors: Accelerometer; gyro; proximity; compass; barometer; Hall; RGB ambient light; Gesture(IR); Finger Scanner; Heart rate sensor

Connectivity and Battery

Other notable additions include super-fast connectivity with global LTE support and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac HT80, MIMO (2x2). Samsung has also included something called “download booster” which leverages both LTE and Wi-Fi connections to speed up sizeable downloads of over 30MB.

The battery is still removable, which is sure to produce an audiable sigh of relief from many Samsung fans. It's been upgraded from the Galaxy S4's 2,600mAh to 2,800mAh. And Samsung's new Ultra Power Saving mode, where the display reverts to black and white when your battery gets below 10%, is likely to ensure you get even more juice from the S5.

The big changes, or the one’s Samsung wants you to take notice of, are under the hood or hidden in plain sight. Things like the fingerprint scanner, heart rate monitor and improved imaging and super fast network connectivity are the “Big Talking Points” according to Samsung. Whether consumers feel that way, however, is another thing entirely.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Camera

The camera aboard the Galaxy Note 3 was a very capable shooter, as was the setup on the Galaxy S4. The Galaxy S5 looks to takes thing a step further with the introduction of a 16MP sensor and Selective Focus, a feature which allows you to adjust the focus of a shot after the image has been taken just like you can do aboard Nokia’s new Lumia handsets and the famed Lytro camera. Samsung has also improved the auto-focus speed, too – you now only have to wait 0.3 seconds – meaning rapid capture is on the cards.

There’s also HDR Live mode – a means of previewing an image with full HDR processing applied to it before you’ve actually captured the image. All the usual Galaxy camera app settings we know and love are present and accounted for too, as well as few added extras like Virtual Tour Shot and Shot & More. The Galaxy S5 can also shoot video in 4K – 3840 x 2160 pixels – resolution, although if you’re going to be doing a lot of this it’s probably worth investing in a 64GB or even 128GB microSD card.

vedio reviews of galaxy s5

-Vedio review 1 here (official)
-Vedio review 2 here

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