Anonymous, 18 Jun 2014This is exactly why I don't buy Samsung their phone is outdated after 4 months. They need to r... moreIt's the scattergun effect. Throw as many handsets out there as you can in order to make the market yours.
I'm never buying another Samsung while they release improved versions of their flagships just a couple of months after launch. What a way to annoy customers.
Well the Quad HD display is nice. but there's no point of buying this, if your country or your network carrier doesn't offer LTE-A.
This is exactly why I don't buy Samsung their phone is outdated after 4 months. They need to release 1 flagship phone that's why it called flagship shouldn't have to keep changing it to get more sales
Bbt, 18 Jun 2014Lame example.. Speed always matter. If u can have 255mbps rather than 100mbps, why reject t... moreHow much time of your life did you spend writing this? According to me enough to negate all the milliseconds that you will save by using 225Mbps instead of 100Mbps :) moreover this speed up is as owned via aggregating several frequency bands. Now what is the chance that all these bands are going to be free for you to use? very little if you are living on cities like Seoul and in rural areas no one will deploy additional bands at this stage...
Finally! the Galaxy S5 did not have to go out into the market four months ago! but had to go out now! and with these specs!! (In other words, at least this was to be the standard Galaxy S5!) but at least now that it came in the market, I say late congratulations
Yeah. Faster Internet is best but ha????? Boring design. I will wait for note 4 or ip6 or HTC one max 2. Samsung want to conquer the mobile world. When they will down? I'm waiting for this time.
ljames, 18 Jun 2014The biggest practical improvements here are the soc and cpu/gpu. The resolution bump up is the... moreYeah... agree with you. Let just see the result of battery test from GSM Arena first.
Anonymous, 18 Jun 2014You don't want to achieve these speeds in the first place. 255 Mbps is 32 MB per second which ... moreLame example..
Speed always matter. If u can have 255mbps rather than 100mbps, why reject the faster one?
Let say u load a 60mb video from youtube, it takes around 2sec with 255mbps speed but 5sec for 100mbps. U save 3sec in your life just for buffering alone. Time is gold buddy.
Imagine loading a heavy page takes less than a millisec? Awesome right? Did u ever load a 1gb website? No rite? So no issue about spending all your 1gb in less than a minute just because u hava a faster internet connection.
Wow the LTE-A thats what am happy for, good improvements. Ohh but in South Korea only. We want it in South Africa.
Who cares it's only for Korea at the moment.
If anything, only Korean S5 users should feel burned.
Everyone else shut up.
The biggest practical improvements here are the soc and cpu/gpu. The resolution bump up is the icing on the cake but the lte speed amp isn't exactly spectacular. And with the same battery capacity, I can only imagine just how much of a pain it would be to use at full blast.
At the moment I'm still more excited for the note 4.