Too Similar To The Galaxy S4?

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Behind the two behemoths comes LG in third place which accounts for 5.2 percent of the global LTE market in Q2, 2014. Unfortuntely, there is one possible problem: R umors out of the trade press in Asia suggest that Samsung has run into production delays, and that could slow availability. Either way, there's likely to be heavy demand for the S5, and ordering yours sooner than later is not a bad idea. AT&T was first to announce that it is accepting pre-orders as of today , Friday, March 21. You can sign a two-year contract and pay $199.99 for the phone. You can also put no money down and pay either $25 per month (for 18 months) or $32.50 per month (for 12 months) with an AT&T Next plan. And as you might expect, AT&T is also offering a no-contract option with a full retail price of $649.99. Ma Bell is sweetening the deal by tying it to Samsung's line of wearable devices. No doubt the S5 will also be sold at Best Buy, but those plans have not yet been announced.

It's fast enough as to not feel slow, but there's a tangible difference compared to the top-level Android phones of the moment — particularly in more demanding apps and high-end games. The GS5 Mini model we're reviewing has 16GB of onboard storage, of which an ample 11.8GB is available to use. All of that functions as expected, and the GS5 Mini's LTE reception was comparable to that of other current Android phones.

I am pretty sure that Samsung is gonna launch a so called premium versions with SD801 and 4G TDLTE soon and that is going to be their huge marketing gimmick and will price it insanely high( atleast 75k) at launch and trust me there will still be people who will wait in queues to get it. Remember the branding fever that i talked about. If this has to be stopped, we should stop running after brand name, instead look into specs and quality, and choose wisely.


When LTE-A is the global buzz word in mobile technology and oem's are busy pushing out their products In the European market, we still are being fooled around by them. It's not just SAMSUNG but others as well, similar the case with sony z1, the Indian version does not have the 4G compatibility, while all the other market it sells does. As of now, if you plan to buy a flagship device, i would recommend go for the htc one m8, as it has support to the soon to be launched indian 4G band and is a descent looking phone. There are much better phones like Google Nexus 5 with better specs available at much lower price.

That's right, that feature you're probably not using on your Galaxy S5 is back on the Mini. On the front you'll find a 4.5-inch 720p SuperAMOLED display — a panel using a diamond PenTile subpixel arrangement, as most leading Samsung phones do. That irregular subpixel pattern means text appears less sharp than an equivalent 720p LCD, and if you look closely you can make out the dreaded PenTile matrix pattern around on-screen fonts. Beneath the screen you've got the traditional mixed Samsung button setup — a big clicky home key, flanked by capacitive back and task-switching buttons. On the inside, the European GS5 Mini we're using runs a quad-core Samsung Exynos processor, made up of four ARM Cortex A7 cores at 1.4GHz and a Mali-400 MP GPU, backed up by 1.5GB of RAM. To learn more relating to harga Samsung Galaxy S5, Click http://www.sukatekno.com/6037/harga-samsung-galaxy-s5-terbaru-dan-spesifikasi-lengkap.html.On the whole, the phone performs around the same as HTC's One Mini 2, a device with a different CPU, though one using the same Cortex A7 cores. Samsung also provides a microSD slot, naturally, which works with cards up to 128GB. samsung galaxy s5 price at&t

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