django, 18 Jun 2014is this S5 prime or F ?non of those, it is s5 LTE-A, just like s4 LTE-A with SD800, so upgraded model must have higher cpu, so they upgraded it to SD805 this time.
Anonymous, 18 Jun 2014No, it's not enough. My S3 has 1GB RAM and Samsung tells us that this is too little to go to K... morelol kit kat could run in 512mb, but receiving the update and updating process it what must have 1.5GB, and so...
max, 18 Jun 2014I feel sorry for the first buyers of S5.They were like beta testers or something like that.Not... moreNo need to feel sorry. First buy, first enjoy. No one knows what will happen next.
People who are saying that who bought S5 & their S5 is now outdated should know that S5 LTE-A is only for their country...not for others...!
Samsung always likes to launch a special variant of their official flagship every year . Damm you Samsung. Luckily I moved on , from a Note 2 to a G2 . The battery life king
Podolsky , 18 Jun 2014No metal body? By the way, lte advanced, why would I want to download 225 mbps on my coun... moreWell... The world does not revolve around you. And many people have unlimited data plans, so better luck trolling next time.
AnonD-66693, 18 Jun 2014There will always be new devices showing up. The current s5 is more than enough as a phone IMO.No, it's not enough. My S3 has 1GB RAM and Samsung tells us that this is too little to go to KitKat and they offer S5 with only 2GB!?!? One year down the road 2GB will not be "enough" for next Android iteration - no, thank you, but thank you....I'm not buying a 2GB RAM flagship in 2014 - full stop.
max, 18 Jun 2014I feel sorry for the first buyers of S5.They were like beta testers or something like that.Not... moreSamsung can't be blame coz not many country provide LTE-A service lerrrr. If I not mistaken not even reach 5 country & even US itself just a couples area support LTE-A. Currently service provider mostly still under trail (Feb-Jun2014 LTE-A report)..
AnonD-255623, 18 Jun 2014Huh what is up with the small battery? O_oDon't care if it has the same battery size. Important is how efficient will it be. Probably alittle worse than the current s5
AnonD-43136, 18 Jun 2014Because some people have unlimited data plans. Could you be more specific? How many operators offer currently unlimited data plans worldwide? And if any, are they reasonably priced? And what do you plan to use this speeds for - 3D UHD po*n?
AnonD-274973, 18 Jun 2014Feel so sad for the current S5 users, bought in April to June, from today onwards is out-dated... moreYou don't want to achieve these speeds in the first place. 255 Mbps is 32 MB per second which means 2GB per minute. My current monthly data plan is 1GB - do I want to spend it in half a minute? Definitely - no. Moreover, what are the applications that require this kind of speeds? The whole LTE-A thing is a publicity stunt for the moment.
AnonD-274973, 18 Jun 2014Feel so sad for the current S5 users, bought in April to June, from today onwards is out-dated... moreThere will always be new devices showing up. The current s5 is more than enough as a phone IMO.
Feel so sad for the current S5 users, bought in April to June, from today onwards is out-dated. Now come with newer CPU and GPU with QHD display. Hahaha!! Current users got owned by Samsung just like last year, same old story with S4 and S4 LTE-A. Btw, those LTE-A speed can never be achieve in any country even in south korea is its depend on the number of users at the location.