AnonD-132351, 26 Feb 2014i am glad i didnt wait for this and got a 32GB red Nexus 5 i saw this in the showroom compare... moreYeah right I love nexus 5 it because of pure Google phone. But my hometown is Philippines, and this country NO Nexus brand isn't look popular to all Filipino consumers although this phone is no value.
Apple,HTC,Sony,nokia should be permanently close.......only SAMSUNG
AnonD-112758, 26 Feb 2014Don't disappoint this phone and just wait for the Exynos version the real Octa Core galaxy s4....and galaxy s5
i am glad i didnt wait for this and got a 32GB red Nexus 5 i saw this in the showroom compared to my nexus 5 it was SLOWER then my Nexus happily I got MY 32GB for the price of 16gb got it for 347$. I am never going to go back to samsung loving my nexus 5 waiting for Nexus 6 which will replace my nexus 5 and a secondy Moto G2
Don't disappoint this phone and just wait for the Exynos version the real Octa Core galaxy s4.
S5 is theeeee BESTTT FONE EVER.....some useless comments will not affect thi fone
MG, 26 Feb 2014I think Samsung should just make a global apology to people for announcing a disappointing gal... moreI agree with you, but this won't happen, maybe there will be a Galaxy F series with other design, and high-er specs.
This is such a big disappointment from Samsung. Or may I start to say again "Samsuck" because it's starting to be like that. I'm glad tho, now Sony's road to the Top is much easier.
Anonymous, 26 Feb 2014S5 have just 2Gb ram i think note 3 better then s5The problem here is NOT with the RAM, because 2 GB is enough for any mobile phone. The major problems with the S5 are the design, the screen's size(we expected 5.2 inch), the internal storage(no 64 GB, and 16 GB is not enough, the 128 GB SDXC card is expensive), the battery, which should have 3000 mAh, and the no radio. :P
I think Samsung should just make a global apology to people for announcing a disappointing galaxy S5,stop the mass production of the Galaxy S5 and look into how to redesign and produce a new galaxy S5 that will meet the global buyers' expectations...and needs. Goodluck, Samsung.