The Prynt case for iPhone and Samsung Galaxy devices can turn your smartphone into a Polaroid camera, printing photos instantly on the go. For limited time, it's available for $20 off its original price.
If a new smartphone has been on your immediate wish list, but you really aren't a heavy enough user to warrant parting with upwards of $800 for a top-of-the-range modern option, then the time has potentially arrived to reach in and grab that credit card out. Samsung's Galaxy S range of Android-powered smartphones really don't need any introduction, and even though we're talking about the S5 version of the series rather than the latest S7, it's still worth $159.99 of anyone's money, if not as a primary phone, then certainly as a secondary phone.
Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy S5: official specs comparison sheet compares both devices head to head. More details and chart can be found after the break.
Luckily we have never had a smartphone catch fire, but it looks like we're in the minority these days, as we see more and more reports of consumer electronics getting a little too warm for their own good.
Android 5.0 Lollipop download for Samsung Galaxy S5 is released. Here's how you can download and install official Lollipop update on Samsung Galaxy S5 (G900F) right now.
Flagship mobile products tend to outsell those preceding year-on-year, but in the case of Samsung's Galaxy S5, it's struggling to eclipse the achievements of the Galaxy S4. Having been launched at the Mobile World Congress back in February to a mixed reception, it enjoyed solid early sales numbers, but with Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus having proved a thorn in the side of the Galaxy Note 4, it appears that even the S5 has not managed to hit the heights.
Samsung is moving fast to release Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Galaxy S5. Those following Samsung's progress with customizing Android 5.0 Lollipop for the TouchWiz UI would know that the Galaxy S5 was earlier seen running an alpha build of the software, and now it seems the company has had another build in the works - a video and screenshots of which have just hit the Internet.
Android 5.0 Lollipop update for Samsung Galaxy S5 gets an ETA, and it seems as though it will be hitting devices around the globe sooner than we expected.
October will be a huge month for Android. As well as the introduction of Google's new Moto X-like Nexus smartphone, there's also the small matter of the rumored Android L release to contend with, and although the Nexus will surely be the first to ship with the Big G's new mobile OS out of the box, Samsung's flagship Galaxy S5 won't be too far behind. In spite of the fact that we don't know precisely when Android L will roll out, let alone when it will hit the S5, a video has already hit the Web showing the Korean company's prized asset running on the impending software.
Apple's iPhone 6 may have enjoyed a blistering start during its first few weeks on sale, but it still faces stiff competition from other high-end handsets available across the industry, and if you're still on the fence with regards to which device best suits you, then you've probably been reading a lot of specs sheets. But while a big, beefy processor should keep things running smoothly and with great fluidity, the real-world speed can only be determined by using a device to perform a multitude of day-to-day tasks, and in the most comprehensive speed comparison to date, we get to see how the iPhone 6 stands up against both the HTC One M8 and Samsung's flagship Galaxy S5.