Black Friday Leaked Deal: Galaxy S5 For a Penny
Comparison , GalaxyS5 , smart phones / November 12, 2014

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 Black Friday ads, leaked details
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How To Enable Multi Windows In The Galaxy S5
GalaxyS5 , smart phones , Tips Corner / November 5, 2014

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 tasks on your handset, keep
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Will The DROID Turbo Outperform The Galaxy S5?
Comparison , GalaxyS5 , smart phones / August 11, 2014

New details of Motorola’s upcoming DROID Turbo suggest  it will boast similar, if not faster, speeds as the Samsung Galaxy S5. With the Galaxy S5 currently holding the title as the market’s fastest and most powerful smartphone, this is big news. So, just how much of a threat does the Motorola DROID Turbo pose to Samsung’s flagship smartphone? AndroidAuthority.com first
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Verizon Wireless Sends OTA Update To Galaxy S5
GalaxyS5 , smart phones , Software / August 4, 2014

Galaxy S5 owners on Verizon Wireless may notice a new software build on their device in the upcoming days. Starting last week, the country’s largest cell carrier began quietly rolling out build G900VVRU1ANE9 to the Galaxy S5. While most of the changes made in the update are small, and it still runs the Android 4.4.2 OS, it still patches some security
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Samsung’s New Coast-To-Coast Promo Video For Galaxy S5
GalaxyS5 , News , smart phones / July 22, 2014

We blogged about Samsung’s ingenious “Wall Huggers” promo video for its flagship smartphone last month, which captured the attention of Galaxy S5 fans and critics alike. Samsung has always been on the forefront of experimenting with new marketing methods, but even this was a first. Apparently, however, the Wall Huggers video did well, because the South Korean-based tech company released
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Apple iPhone 5S Outsells The Samsung Galaxy S5 In May
GalaxyS5 , mobile phones , News , smart phones / July 21, 2014

The Samsung Galaxy S5 has boasted strong sales ever since it was released into the market earlier this year, yet a recent study found the Apple iPhone 5S outsold Samsung’s flagship smartphone in May. The market research and analytics firm CounterPoint surveyed 35 different markets throughout the world to determine which smartphones are the most popular (and least popular). According to
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Galaxy F (Prime) Spotted In Leaked Photo
GalaxyS5 , News , smart phones / July 15, 2014

Thanks to our favorite smartphone industry news leaker @evleaks, we now have a sneak peak at Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy F (also known as the Prime variant). We’ve mentioned this device on numerous occasions here on blog, discussing some of its possible features and specifications. While Samsung has yet to confirm the existence of the Galaxy F, we knew it was coming
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Sprint To Allow WiFi Calling With Samsung Galaxy S5
GalaxyS5 , mobile phones , Router / July 10, 2014

  Sprint on Wednesday confirmed the presence of an upcoming update to Galaxy S5 users on its network that will allow the use of WiFi to place and receive calls. The update, version G900PVPU1ANE5, will introduce a new “WiFi calling” feature for users of the Samsung Galaxy S5. Of course, this isn’t the first device to receive the special WiFi treatment.
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Samsung Calls iPhone Users “Wall Huggers”
GalaxyS5 , smart phones / July 8, 2014

In a rather comedic video published on YouTube (see below), Samsung is calling Apple iPhone users “wall huggers” — referring to the device’s poor battery life which often forces users to remain plugged into power outlets. Of course, this isn’t the first time Samsung has dealt a low blow to Apple (and it probably won’t be the last). In previous
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