WhiteEpyon, 09 Feb 2014Well. On my Galaxy Note 2, I'll happily accept the on-screen buttons if it meant a smaller pho... moreI have had the Galaxy Nexus, S3, Note 1, Note 2, and currently have a Nexus 5 and LG G2 (F320. Nice!). I have to say that although on-screen buttons don't take up significant space I find myself hitting the home button instead of space at times. It can be very annoying. I just wish there was a way to change the size of them without rooting. Trying a larger keyboard now to see if that helps.
BlackEpyon, 07 Feb 2014I've heard that Samsung will also be releasing 2 versions of the Galaxy S 5. 1 using the Qualc... moreWell. On my Galaxy Note 2, I'll happily accept the on-screen buttons if it meant a smaller phone. Having on screen buttons is no problem for 5.3+ inch devices with KitKat.
its 2,3 ghz quad core snapdagon 805 chipset, but i dont see a point in this phone, waste of money
for the others who wants radio and tv remote control... download them at google play store... know how to use your phone
Phonegeek7991, 08 Feb 2014Wow, that screen. Such a waste of energy...You are right, it is pointless to make such a high resolution screen for mobile phones, but this is the trend now. :P
The screen size of s5 is bigger than s4 because ,its 4k video playback man..its should be bigger to feel the difference.
GPU is really cool..its adereno 420.
& about the camera 16 MP is absolutly fine.
does anyone know cpu clock speed?
siddhss, 07 Feb 2014benchmark suggested 2gb ram, is it true ?? and yes gsmarena....plz add info of exynos version......How can anybody from the comments section possibly know ?