Samsung Says Galaxy S5 Packed with Freebies
Samsung today highlighted some of the third-party applications it plans to install on the Galaxy S5 smartphone, and claims their total value exceeds $600. Most of the freebies take the form of limited-time memberships to web sites or services that would otherwise charge for their use. For example, the Galaxy S5 will include a six-month subscription to the Wall Street Journal and a 12-month subscription to Bloomberg/BusinessWeek. It will also include a $50 voucher for PayPal merchants, 50GB of Box storage for six months, 50GB of DropBox storage for two years, and 1TB of Bitcasa storage for three months. Several fitness subscriptions will be included, as will gaming credits. Smartphones are often sold with third-party apps and services pre-loaded. The Samsung Galaxy S5 will go on sale worldwide in April.
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Samsung Galaxy S5 (GSM)
5.1" display 1080 x 1920 pixels
Snapdragon 801 processor 2 GB RAM
2,800 mAh battery
Memory Card Slot, NFC, Wireless Charging, Water-Resistant, Headphone Jack (3.5mm), Fingerprint Reader
Or you can buy a Nexus or iPhone
oh great more bloatware
Ive heard possibly the 11th but not sure how accurate that may be