It’s been a long time in the making, but Galaxy S5 users on the Sprint network are now receiving the Android update — but it’s not the Android 5.0 Lollipop update so many users were hoping for. On November 20, Sprint quietly rolled out Android 4.4.4 KitKat to Samsung Galaxy S5 users. It’s an over-the-air
The Galaxy S5 and Note 4 are arguably two of Samsung’s most popular smartphones. Powered by high-end hardware and paired with Samsung’s TouchWiz interface on the Android 4.4.4 KiKat operating system (soon to be Android 5.0), these devices are among the best smartphones currently on the market. If you can’t seem to choose between the
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday right around the corner, you can expect to see some hot deals in the upcoming weeks. This makes November the perfect time to buy a new smartphone like the Galaxy S5 or Note 3. In fact, T-Mobile recently announced plans to sell both of these devices at $100 off
Samsung devices are usually last in line to receive major Android updates, which is partly due to the fact that Samsung uses its own TouchWiz skin on top of Android. While most users love TouchWiz and the simplicity it brings to the table, it requires further testing to ensure compatibility with new versions of Android.
The Galaxy S5 has a built-in security feature that’s designed to hide your most sensitive files, without relying on third-party apps or programs. Dubbed Private Mode, it allows users to lock, secure and hide files in just few simple steps. If you have documents containing account passwords, contact addresses, work-related information, or other critical data,
Given the widespread success of the Galaxy S5, it’s no secret that Samsung is already working on a successor behind the curtains. The South Korean-based tech company typically releases a new flagship smartphone about once a year, meaning we’ll likely see the Galaxy S6 on retail shelves by Q2 2015. But how exactly is Samsung
The day after Thanksgiving, known as Black Friday, is the country’s largest shopping day of the year. With millions of consumers using this time to begin their holiday shopping, retailers are forced to lower their prices in an attempt to capture this ever-growing market of post-Thanksgiving-day shoppers. While most stores have yet to release their
The Samsung Galaxy S5 and Motorola DROID Turbo are shaping up to be two of the hottest selling smartphones this holiday season. Both of these devices are incredibly powerful, boasting top-of-the-line hardware along with the latest version of Google’s Android operating system. If you can’t seem to choose between the Galaxy S5 and DROID Turbo,
Can’t seem to choose between the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Alpha? While both devices are impressive in their own right, there are some notable differences between the two that shouldn’t be overlooked. So before you make a hastily purchase, check our side-by-side comparison below to determine which one is best suited for your needs.
Originally developed the phablet-sized Note, Multi Window is a convenient feature that allows users to run multiple windows simultaneously. I guess you could compare it to Windows on an Android smartphone, as it’s capable of running several tasks (email, notes, webpages, etc.) at once. So if you’re the type of person who’s constantly performing multiple