Samsung today launched its flagship Galaxy smartphone â the Samsung Galaxy S5 with a fingerprint sensor, a heart-rate monitor, water and dust resistant body, and more. The device comes with powerful specs, as youâd expect from Samsung, with a 2.5GHz quad-code processor, 2GB or RAM, a 16MP camera and more.
Samsung unveils Galaxy S5 with fingerprint sensor, 5.1 inch display, 16MP camera, heart rate monitor, water and dust resistant body
At the âUnpackedâ event in Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, Samsung today announced its next-generation Galaxy smartphone â the Galaxy S5. The deviceâs looks arenât very different from the Galaxy S4, but it has a number of new features like a fingerprint sensor, a water and dust resistant body and more.
Which? Tech Daily, the UK-based technology blog which recently pointed out how much storage space our 16GB smartphones really have, has carried out a series of tests in their lab to find out which tablet offers the best battery life.
Along with the iPhone 6, the rumor mill is also churning out rumors about Samsungâs upcoming Galaxy S5 flagship phone. After âdisappointingâ people with the evolutionary Galaxy S4 update, Samsung is reportedly working on a huge spec bump for the Galaxy S5.
I didn’t get the utility of a device with a curved display. Many of you also wondered the same thing when we reported over the weekend that Apple was working on 4.7-inch and 5.5-inchÂ iPhones with curved displays.Â
Consumers Reports gives iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c high scores, but says 4-inch display and battery life no match to Android smartphones
Consumer Reports, the go-to magazine for unbiased reviews of consumer products and services has reviewed Apple’s iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c.
The new iPhones have earned high scores in Consumer Reports’ ratings, however they have pointed out iPhone’s battery life and 4-inch display was no match for the latest Droid smartphones from Motorola and other Android based flagshipÂ smartphones from Samsung, LG and HTC.