Anonymous, 11 Nov 2015Need your honest opinon S5 vs note 3?!?I would go with the S5, the cpu processor is faster than the note 3 and has a better camera as well.....overall, I think the S5 is better than the note 3.....IMO. Quad-core 2.3 GHz Krait vs. 2.5 in the S5.
my SM-G900H is very good mobile but it doesn't have memory card recovery system.
my phone version is 4.4.2
what is it reason?
Please reply me.
I from Afghanistan
Its a fantastic phone with awesome capabilities.....its just has to be tweaked and worked on a little like most gadgets.....AMEN!!!!
xErwin, 07 Nov 2015today i bought this phone do i have charge it for 24 hoursNo. Just charge until full and you are ready to go
Hi, Im using the S5 G900S, this the best phone, there are no problems with it except for one, I can't update my S5 to 5.1 or 5.1.1 but Im using the 5.0 software, I found out on the internet that G900S can update up to 5.1.1 so I tried few times but nothing happens it only says that I have the latest update. Im not satisfied with it cause Im stuck in 5.0 .is there any update on G900S (legit) ?? or this phone have problem??
EGY_user, 10 Nov 2015Any update on marshmallow?There is Marshmallow update, but it will be released in the end of the year
Hi, Im using a S5 G900S, this phone is the best, no problems with it except for one, the problem is that I cannot update it to 5.1 or 5.1.1 but on the internet it says it can update up to 5.1.1 so I tried it few times, even though I tried it, it still cant update to latest software. Can my S5 update to the latest software?? What is the problem with it??
please help . after upgrading to s5 battery became crap ! through the night my battery was loosing 2-3% and 5 months after upgrading it is loosing 12-15% in 8h stand by. will formatting to the factory solve my problem ? thanks in advance. Cheers !!!
anybody tell me present i am using s3 , witch is best for my next samsung phone, how is galaxy s5, its 4g or not, i live hydrabad in india, how is a7
AnonD-463996, 08 Nov 2015I love using different phones and checking out which is the best on the market. I have used an... moreTo CHANGBAL:
You are entitled to your opinion but I have my S5 G900H (Octa-Core) for a year and 3 weeks and it still performs perfectly. Battery life is good, speed is good and guess what, my CPU is actually underclocked based on the Power Saving feature with limit CPU option enabled. On average all the cores run at 500Mhz mainly instead of the 1.9Ghz and 1.3Ghz that all the cores run at originally. Even at 500Mhz my S5 is zipping through intense 3D games with no lagging whatsoever. You stick to your limited iPhone and I will stick to my feature rich S5. Oh and one of my TVs no longer have the remote that came with please lend me your iPhone to turn on it.
I love using different phones and checking out which is the best on the market. I have used android for long time until I bought my first iPhone last year. I just hate how laggy Samsung was, although I think samsung has improved a lot with its new Note line. My galaxy S5 was slower and laggier than my first iPhone which was a 5c. Samsung phones seem good on the paper and perform really good for the first 5-6 months, but they don't last long and they are just crappy phones if you are looking for something which can perform well enough for a year or even longer. I have also used HTC and Moto. They are bang for the buck but don't maintain a good performance after they are 6 months old or get a new Android update. The biggest example would be iPhone 4s and Samsung Galaxy s2, which were both released in 2011. Today, there is no comparison. In my experience of using Galaxy S4, a 2013 flagship and my friend owning a iPhone 4s, the Galaxy S4 tore 4s when it came to specs. But now there are people using 4s and being more productive than using a Galaxy S4 of 2013 which is laggy, crappy and just doesn't work fast.
Now, people who are bashing Apple have not used iPhones for enough time to judge. I was the same. Before I switched to iOS, I thought they were overpriced junk. You will not like iOS for the first few days or weeks if you have enjoyed the freedom on Android. But once you get used it, you will really appreciate the quality of products Apple makes. It is very stupid of people having just an hands-on a phone and saying it is bad. My experience with Galaxy S5 was bad. Maybe, there are some people who love it. It is just what I think. I am currently using iPhone 6s. Yes I spent a lot of money on it, but I don't have to buy a phone every year to have a fast and snappy performance and get the latest updates. It is a future proof phone and will perform as good for a couple of more years.
The S5 is a great phone once you understand how to tweak it and push its cpu to its full power….the stock version will be slower…you have to clean it up and get rid of all that bloatware…..tweak your camera, shut down all the useless syncs….clean the cached data……there are plenty of videos on YTube that will show you how to do all this….once you have, its actually a pretty fast phone…..you can also change your launcher if your not a "Touchwiz fan"
I love this phone no that I've spent some time tweaking it.