Posts Tagged ‘Galaxy S5’

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.

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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.

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It appears that the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is all the rage these days, with not only the rest of the world taking part in their own willful dunking, but big names in the tech industry in particular. Our interest, being a tech news outlet, of course, extends more to the latter, and we always have a keen eye out for more and more top tier people taking the challenge. The latest participant, although most definitely top tier, is not a person – it’s Samsung’s Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone.

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Samsung’s long tradition of using Apple’s own advertising campaigns against it shows no sign of abating with the recently introduced ‘Wall Hugger’ line of TV ads, but now the Korean firm has gone a step further by moving its campaign to a new battleground – the airport power outlet.

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Samsung’s Galaxy S5 has, like previous Galaxy S releases, been among the most popular Android devices of the year, and although the MWC showcasing was rather underwhelming, the actual products boasts a spectacular display and camera. If you’re in ownership of this device and wish to root, you can do so via the towelroot tool, and below, we’re going to run you through the steps to achieve root access.

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Android 4.4 harbors a neat little feature within its make-up that allows you to speed your device up in just a couple of small steps. It works for the Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One M8 and the brand new LG G3, as well as the Galaxy Note 3, Nexus 5 and essentially any other handset or tablet running on the latest major release of Google’s software. Below, we’ve got the step-by-step tutorial, so be sure to join us right after the fold for the low-down.

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Even though Apple’s iPhone remains the subject of acclaim for its high-end, premium finish, the same cannot quite be said when it comes to durability, with scratches, scrapes, cracks and dents commonplace among the iPhone-rocking faithful, and as such, the market for protective cases and shields is very lucrative indeed. Logitech, an official distributor of third-party Apple accessories and peripherals, has just come through with a cheap, robust solution for iPhone users looking to keep their handset guarded at all times, and notably, doesn’t go overboard with regards to adding bulk.

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The Apple iPhone regularly scores high when it comes to customer satisfaction, quality of camera, and in fact, most other smartphone-centric research. These traits of popularity perhaps go some way to explaining why the fruit company’s flagship 5s was the most popular worldwide in the first quarter of this year, and moreover, why the antiquated iPhone 4s managed to grab fifth spot.

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Although Apple and Samsung regularly drag one another through the slog of the courtroom in quibbles over patents and whatnot, these two keenest of rivals also like to take digs at each other through advertising. Whether a new product is being released or has been around for several months, both Apple and Samsung like to point out the flaws of their adversary’s product lines, and now, the Korean Galaxy maker has taken a pop at the iPhone’s battery life.

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Samsung’s flagship release for 2014, the Galaxy S5, launched in a blaze of glory back in April, with many quick to pour praise on the great camera and display features. But while the device’s early sales figures made for happy reading for all connected with Samsung, the UK numbers tell a story in which the iPhone 5c – Apple’s so-called “entry-level” model of iPhone – managed to outsell the all-new GS5, with both the 5c and the Cupertino’s flagship 5s each shifting more units for the Galaxy S5 for the month of May.

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When Samsung announced and subsequently released the flagship Galaxy S5 earlier this year, we knew that it wouldn’t be the last in the series for 2014, and that the company’s marquee release would spawn a number of spin-offs. We’ve already been treated to the likes of the camera-centric Galaxy K, or Galaxy S5 Zoom, but the one we were really waiting for was the down-sized Galaxy S5 mini. Today, the Korean company has granted our wish, officially unveiling the device by means of a press release, and below, we’ve got all of the info.

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Samsung has just taken the wraps off a brand new variant of the Galaxy S5, which includes beefed up internal specs, along with a feature which many die-hard Samsung fans have been waiting for: a QHD 2K display.

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