The Samsung Galaxy S5 is technology that truly impacts your life. Make split-second moments yours. Watch HD movies and games roar to life. Or track your life right down to your heartbeat. Powered with innovation, the Galaxy S5 is like no other mobile device before it.

Product Features

  • Display: 5.1-inches
  • Camera: 16-MP
  • Processor Speed: 2.5 GHz
  • OS: Android 4.4.2 (KitKat)

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2 Comments

David

A great phone! I moved over from an iPhone 5 and had been using Apple phones since the iPhone 4 came out. Previous to that I used an Android phone and at the time it seemed like Android was still in a building phase with the overall OS. Now a few years later and I’m back to Android with the Samsung Galaxy S5. I purchased mine through a Verizon store a few days ago and so far this phone rocks! The screen by itself is well worth the move from iPhone to Android. It’s bigger, has a better picture, and works much better while outside in sunlight. The camera also takes much better pictures than the iPhone 5 I had previously. Video so far has also been a lot better with the 1080p quality it looks great even off the phone.The OS is responsive and so far has not shown any sluggishness. I have had a couple of the apps the phone with crash once or twice but certainly nothing different than what I’d see on the iPhone every so often. The size of the Galaxy S5 is taking some getting used to…

Johnny Saigon®

A Samsung Evolution First off, I am not a professional reviewer, nor am I employed or compensated by Samsung or any other company. Instead of boring you with facts – which you can find anywhere on the Net – I will just give you some real-world impressions on how it looks, feels, and runs. With that out of the way, let’s get to the point and the nitty gritty, shall we?* THE SCREEN – that is the very first thing you will notice when you look at the S5. Samsung has found its niche with AMOLED screens, which are BRIGHT & SATURATED. Everything almost literally jumps out at you, and sometimes even too much so. I had to switch to the “natural” setting, as the “vivid” and even “standard” profiles are too saturated(and FAKE) for me. It’s better as a demo unit to draw you in, but for everyday use, I recommend switching to the natural profile.FACTS: The Galaxy S5 has a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with Full HD resolution – 1080 x 1920 pixels or ~432 ppi…

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