When Galaxy S5 was unveiled at the Samsung Unpacked 2014, we instantly brought you exclusive photos, showed you people’s first reaction, compared the specifications of all previous Galaxy S series, and showcased some cool collection of GIFs of the new Galaxy S5. Today, we have the official hands-on video of it. Check out the video below and see the vivid color options, advanced camera, dedicated fitness tools, and enhanced protection features of the new Galaxy S5.
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The Galaxy S5 has a perforated pattern on the back cover for a comfortable grip. Check out the rounded screen bezel, the enhanced adaptive display and its ability to resist dust and water.
The Galaxy S5 allows users to take photos without having to unlock their smartphones for the camera app on the lock screen. Being the first smartphone with the combination of contrast auto focus and face detection auto focus, the Galaxy S5 can capture moments 3 times faster than other smartphones.
As the Galaxy S5 supports the fifth generation Wi-Fi 802.11ac and 2X2 MIMO and feature Download Booster, users can send, receive and download data faster than ever.
The Galaxy S5 is equipped with the new S Health app that tracks your fitness activity. Check out how you can use the built-in heart rate sensor on the back panel to measure your heart rate!
With just a simple swipe of your finger, you can easily protect your Galaxy S5. Also, you can use your smartphone much longer than before with the ultra-power saving mode.
We also have a great infographic on the new Galaxy S5 that is worthy of a look. Feel free to check it out.
If you still want more information about the Galaxy S5, visit its microsite.
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