Samsung Galaxy S5 Key Specs
- Single GSM SIM
- 5.1 Inches Full HD Display
- Android v4.4.2 Kitkat Operating System
- 16 Megapixel Primary and 2 megapixel secondary camera
- 2800 mAh Battery
- 1.9 GHz + 1.3 GHz Quad Core Processor
- 2 GB RAM
- 16 GB Internal Memory
- Price : Samsung Galaxy S5 Price in India is 47,500 rupees only.
Top 5 Features of the Samsung Galaxy S5
The Samsung Galaxy S5 with Android KitKat 4.4. Came out in April 2014. Kitkat is the newest version of the Android, and there are 450,000 officially recognized apps for the Android, but it is estimated that there are 1.2 million in total if you count ones that are not available via official websites (such as Google play). Here are five great reasons to buy the Samsung Galaxy S5.
1 – Great features and dimension
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is dust proof, water resistant, and has GPS navigation. It has a memory card slot so you can expand the phone memory and a replaceable battery for if you do not treat your original one with the respect it deserves. It has a graphics accelerator and HD Playback. You can buy the Samsung Galaxy S5 with 16GB of internal storage, or expand it up to 128GB with your memory card.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is 142 mm x 72.5 mm x 8.1 mm. this makes it 26% thinner than the average phone so that even if you put a phone case on it, it will still be thinner than the average Smartphone. It is 146g, which is average for a Smartphone even though the battery is massive when compared with other Smartphones. You can play with the digital compass and use the heart rate monitor. It has a Gyroscope and accelerometer.
2 – The battery
The battery is 2800MHZ, which is very large for just a Smartphone. This is why you can get up to 21 hours of talk time from the phone where normally you would get only 8 hours from an average Smartphone. If left on standby you will get 384 hours, which again is a massive amount for a Smartphone.
Usually the battery is what makes a Smartphone heavy (at least these days), so the fact that the camera has a massive battery and is still able to remain an average weight for a Smartphone is very impressive.
3 – The Display
The Samsung Galaxy S5 has an AMOLED screen, and it is 5.1 inches, which is larger than quite a few Smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy S5 therefore qualifies as a phablet, which is a term you may have to get used to because it is here to stay in the same way the words “Harsh” (meaning overly-inconvenient instead of the dictionary definition) and “Glamping” (glamorous clamping) are here to stay too.
A Phablet has a screen between 5 and 6.9 inches and is supposed to eliminate the need to have a Smartphone and a tablet. The screen has a 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution, which makes it a 1080p HD screen. The PPI is 432, which makes it 85% sharper than average Smartphones. It has a proximity sensor, multi-touch, ambient light sensor and additional display support.
4 – The RAM and CPU
The Samsung Galaxy S5 has four cores. The CPU (Central Processing Unit) runs at 2.5GHz, which is far, far faster than most Smartphones. The CPU is the quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. It has 2048 MB, which means it is very hard to crash or freeze the phone. The overall performance is given a boost.
There are hardly any current games you are not going to be able to play with the Samsung Galaxy S5, and the overall performance is not going to be affected, even if you have multiple apps running at the same time.
5 – The camera
There are two cameras on the phone. The front camera is a 2.1 mega pixel and the one on the back is a massive 16-mega pixel camera. That means the Samsung Galaxy S5 has the highest mega pixel rating of all Smartphones on the commercial market. One cannot say this means it has the best camera these days without fans of other phones choking on their chocolate milk, but 16 mega pixels it highest mega pixel rating you are going to find on a Smartphone at the moment. That doesn’t count the Galaxy S4 Zoom because that is a Smartphone and digital camera fusion device.
With the Samsung Galaxy S5, you can capture 4K high def video. It also has digital zoom, burst mode, auto focus and an LED flash function. There are plenty of functions to play with such as the ISO settings, face detection and picture size. You can tap to take photos and you can pick the video size of your footage before you take it. It has image stabilization and metering modes. You can set a location tag, set a timer and have effects.
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