THE SAMSUNG GALAXY S5 has arrived in the UK, and is looking to tempt users of the Galaxy S4 to upgrade their smartphones early.
If Korean reports are to be believed, the Galaxy S5 is already outselling its predecessor, likely because of the additional features on the Android 4.4 Kitkat flagship. Improving on last year's model, the Samsung Galaxy S5 boasts a built-in fingerprint sensor - albeit hackable, a heart-rate monitor, IP67 certification and an upgraded 16MP camera, capable of shooting 4K video.
It has seen a slight bump in the display department, with the Galaxy S5 touting a larger 5.1in 1080p HD display, and it also packs Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 801 chipset, which means it's noticeably smoother than last year's model.
Check out our full Samsung Galaxy S5 review. µ
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