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Anonymous, 02 Apr 2014The only true statement here is about limited or no LTE functionality. The rest is incorrect. ... moreMaybe the hardware is the same in the Optimus G, but I know most korean flagship models put out by LG and Samsung have a slightly different hardware configuration (DMB tuner, SoC, memory card slow VS no memory card slot) and therefore you're stuck with Korean firmware or risk severely crippling your phone with international firmware which may or most likely not be 100% compatible with your phones hardware.
Also forgot to mention Korean phones never tend to support EDGE, too. So if you're on a 2G network with your Korean LG G Flex you'll get to feel like its 2002 all over again with your GPRS data.
I was in HK the other day and amazed at all the resellers trying to off-load Korean G-flex's, nobody was buying even at a significant reduced price over the international version.
i think the S5 is fine, but not for $820.
It'd be fine for $600 (ie slightly less than the Z2). Else, might as well get a Nexus phone..
Angry Mobile Nerd, 02 Apr 2014Never buy Korean versions of Samsung/LG phones unless you're in Korea, otherwise it's a headac... moreThe only true statement here is about limited or no LTE functionality. The rest is incorrect. You can remove bloat. You are NOT stuck with Korean firmware, and can flash int'l versions. Headache? Not really, if you know what you are doing. It all depends on the price - quite often, you can get a Korean model way cheaper than the proper one for your region. That can easily justify the decision to buy it. I am happily running int'l tweaked stock ROM on my Korean LG Optimus G in Canada. LTE doesn't work, bit I don't need it. Otherwise, no problems and no headaches. However, if you just want to run your phone "out of the box", then I agree - avoid Korean models outside of Korea.
Well know the s5 will be triumphant over all despite what you critics mite say..
Never buy Korean versions of Samsung/LG phones unless you're in Korea, otherwise it's a headache. They have hardware (DMB tuner,etc...) that is not found on international versions so you are stuck using the Korean ROM with Korean bloatware and services that just don't work abroad or in your home country (you cannot flash international rom onto korean version phone). Also because they're always carrier branded SK/U+/SKT you get a lot less 4G support than international versions.
best display ever
best battery optimization.
fastest soc and ....
AnonD-98663, 01 Apr 2014Of course it will be because samsung knows it will be a failure they know people don't like th... moreYup
Samsung are afraid of those bricks. LOL
You still don't know what S5 is. Right, iboy?
Of course it will be because samsung knows it will be a failure they know people don't like the ugly bandage design. z2 or htc m8 all the way this year.
m8, 01 Apr 2014True, HTC m8 is much better than this band aid phone. Galaxy s5/ disappointment failhtc m8 better than this masterpiece ?! You should type some better April joke man !
Anonymous, 01 Apr 2014Haha get my htc m8 today way better then this s5 and this time samsung is overpriced with the s5 You are not satisfied with that ,that why you crying like this. Anyway you lost your money for that brick.
Anonymous, 01 Apr 2014I think the "April the 1th" prank is: GSMA not showing the Display Mate test about S5
Yes it is superb screen from saamy ,accurate colours and more brighter than note 3.
my love for samsung.
Please hold a unit first before criticising.
Most feature rich smartfone ever.