Some 300,000 people have signed up to receive updates on the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S5 webpage. Users also got incentive to share their personal information with the carrier, which is giving away a free Galaxy S5 to a few lucky subscribers.
Naturally, not all of the people who've signed up to receive details of the Galaxy S5 will rush to the T-Mobile stores to pick one up, but it shows that the interest towards the device is substantial.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 launches globally on April 11. It's currently on pre-order at multiple retailers and carriers around Europe. Sweden, Russia and the Czech Republic as well as the Netherlands and Romania have begun taking orders for the upcoming flagship.
These "numbers" are marketing tactics to grab peoples' attention :P
I think its because you look at it for hours a day everyday and if its miserable design it depressess you..I am guilty of choosing a lower spec smartphone because it looks better..I think it also due to showing off,,if you have a crap looking phone y...
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