Review: Samsung Galaxy S5 for AT&T
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Battery Life: Note3 vs. Galaxy S5???
I understand the difference in mAh between the phones, but what about real-world function?
I'm trying to make a decision between the two and would like to go with the device with more battery life.
BTW, I am not at all happy that Samsung is pushing the 16GB variants on the consumer and not offering larger 32, 64 or 128GB. So dissapointing.
Pretty much explains why Samsung copied Apple
Just about any competing phone- the Motorola X, the Nexus 5, the HTC One- all of them are leagues better in terms of feel, solidity, and hell- aesthetics (subjective, but c'mon.)
Special points for:
-The poor imitation of the beautiful low-poly background used by Google/Motorola that Samsung is using.
-The totally arbitrary colors of the settings icons that don't seem to correspond with anything
Oh and blue you forgot about the crappy speakers, ugly design and cheap build quality although I think you covered that when you mentioned aesthetics
I chose the HTC...
I have always contended that rather than concentrating and exhausting all energy on non-mechanical hardware, one must use their money wisely(within their means) to purchase the most advanced device they can to prolong longevity potential.
While Samsung has held back incorporating a metal fabrication in its hardware, it has been offering a very solid experience for adapting to forever changing trends or technology.
I have owned the S3 with hardly any issues with the exception of having to replace the battery two months...
Menu or Multi Tasking button?
I thought the SG S5 had a multi tasking button instead of a Menu button. Am i right or wrong?
Very Nice Review
You can check up my review at
http://www.upcoming-android-phones.com/2014/01/samsu ... »