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  • Weight 145 grams
  • Talk time 21 hours
  • Camera 16 MP
Width
72.5 mm
Height
142 mm
Depth
8.1 mm
Operating system
Android
Memory
16GB
Talk time
21 hours
Standby time
16.2 days
Screen size
5.1"
Screen resolution
1080x1920
Input
Touchscreen
MP3 ringtones
Yes
Camera
16 MP
Camera flash
Yes
FM radio
-
Video recording
Yes
Email
Yes
Web browsing
Yes
4G
Yes
Bluetooth
Yes
GPS for sat nav
Yes
Quad band
Yes
WiFi
Yes
142 mm
72.5 mm
8.1 mm
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User Reviews

Summary

Based on 2 review(s) since Mar 2014
  • Reliability
    Excellent
  • Ease of use
    Excellent
  • Battery life
    Excellent
  • Design
    Excellent
  • Recommended?
    Yes

Individual Reviews (2)

, 12th May 2014

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  • Reliability
    Excellent
  • Ease of use
    Excellent
  • Battery life
    Excellent
  • Design
    Excellent
  • Recommended:
    Yes
, 12th May 2014

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  • Reliability
    Excellent
  • Ease of use
    Excellent
  • Battery life
    Excellent
  • Design
    Excellent
  • Recommended:
    Yes

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Samsung Galaxy S5 16GB details

The waterproof fifth-generation Galaxy S5 sets new standards for smartphones. With fingerprint security, a fantastic camera, superfast downloads over 4G LTE and a Full HD Super AMOLED screen, it’s every inch the cutting-edge gadget. And it’s got fitness and health capabilities to help you stay in shape.

Smartphone cameras have come on in leaps and bounds recently. The Galaxy S5 is proof positive. Its stunning 16-megapixel camera delivers amazing snaps, thanks to the world’s fastest auto-focus of up to 0.3 seconds and enriched colours to really bring your photos to life.

But that’s only half the story. This phone does video even better. That’s because the Samsung Galaxy S5 records gloriously crisp 4K UHD video to give home movies the feel of Hollywood blockbusters. And they look especially great when viewed back on the glorious 5.1-inch Super AMOLED HD display.

Need a phone that can take some punishment? That’s the Galaxy S5 all over. For the first time in a Galaxy S smartphone, the S5 is IP7 certified, so it’s dust and water resistant. The upshot is that it can be submerged in up to a metre of water for half an hour and come out right as rain.

And you don’t have to worry about your sensitive personal data falling into the wrong hands either. The Galaxy S5 features a fingerprint scanner in the home button that recognises your finger and can only be unlocked by you. That means an end to worrying that your bank details are vulnerable if you lost your phone or it’s stolen. And it makes paying for items using your phone a lot more secure too.

To help you get the most out of your smartphone, Samsung has equipped the Galaxy S5 with superfast 4G LTE and support for the latest, fastest fifth-gen Wi-Fi standards. That means you’ll get a lot more done and enjoy seamless video and games streaming.

Better still, though, is that innovative Download Booster technology is on board too. This bonds Wi-Fi and LTE together to super-charge your data speeds and dramatically cut the time it takes to download videos, movies and apps and everything else you want to get your hands on.

Samsung hasn’t neglected your well-being either, with the Galaxy S5's suite of Health 3.0 apps. Alongside a heart-rate sensor that's the first of its kind on a smartphone and can be tailored to each user, there’s a pedometer and diet and exercise records. This handset really has got your best interests at heart.

Last, but definitely not least, there’s the brilliant Power Saving Mode. Just turn this on and it turns the display black and white and shuts down all unnecessary features and apps. That means your juice lasts a lot longer and ensures you won’t be caught short when you’ve got to take an important call.

Other features of the S5 include Android 4.4.2 KitKat out of the box, a secondary two-megapixel front-facing camera, a quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400 processor and 16GB of storage, which can be expanded by up to 128GB by adding a microSD card.

As with all Android phones, the S5 offers tens of thousands of apps and games to choose from at the Android Market download store.

Samsung's Galaxy S5 has been a fixture on technology websites for months. And with D-Day fast approaching, leaked photos and specs are continuing to appear online, along with hordes of analysts keen to tell us what they think will be on board.

With a date now fixed for launch [February 24th], we've rounded up all the most likely rumours to give you some idea of what to expect when it arrives. And we've subjected each to our truth test.

Eyes down, here we go:

Metal construction

samsung galaxy s5 concept

The rumour? Samsung will ditch the plastic construction of every previous Galaxy S smartphone for a more luxurious, premium metal build. This has purportedly been inspired by tech-site reviews that unfavourably compared the S5's build to the alumnium unibody of the HTC One.

The truth? If sheer weight of rumours is anything to set store in, this is bound to happen. We'd be amazed it it doesn't.

The only caveat is that there might be two models: a cheaper plastic model and the more costly metal iteration. And whether it'll use aluminium or a special diamond-coated material for extra toughness.

Slightly larger and sharper screen

samsung galaxy s5 dickson

The rumour? Samsung is slightly increasing the S5's screen from 5-inches to 5.2-inches, but will pack in more pixels per inch for crispy-fresh images.

The truth? The public seem to demand a larger screen every year. And while a substantial increase would take the S5 into Galaxy Note phablet territory, 0.2-inches would sate the size queens while ensuring the handset stays pocket-friendly.

It'll be water and dust-proof

samsung galaxy s5 render

The rumour? The S5 will purportedly offer the same level of protection against the Great Outdoors as the S4 Active. That means you can submerge it in a metre of water for 30 mins and it'll come out unharmed.

The truth? Waterproof capabilities were very welcome on the Sony Xperia Z1 and would enable Samsung's flagship phone to offer something the IPhone 5S doesn't. However, it does beg the question how Samsung plans to differentiate the S5 Active from the standard S5.

Expect biometric security

touch id iphone 5s

The rumour? A fingerprint scanner will be secreted beneath the home button, meaning the handset matches the iPhone 5S and HTC One Max in the security stakes. You'll also apparently be able to use it to lock particular apps or documents.

The truth? Once again, the volume of rumours around this makes it seem a near-certainty. If Samsung doesn't go with the feature while its two main rivals have, it risks seeming like a glaring omission on the phone-maker's part.