Android this week: Galaxy S5 launches; Nokia X hands-on; Android security boost

I think if I am given a second chance to buy a phone it would be a Samsung Galaxy S5


Have we really been talking about the Galaxy S5 for nearly six months? Yup and we’ll likely be talking about it for another half-year as well, but the difference is now we know what we’re talking about.

Galaxy S5 and Gear

Samsung launched the Galaxy S5 along with a trio of wearables at Mobile World Congress this week. The handset didn’t offer many surprises, unless you were counting on a high-resolution “2k” display; Samsung kept last year’s 1080p resolution while enlarging the screen from 5- to 5.1-inches.

A new Qualcomm Snapdragon 801(s qcom) chip powers the phone, bringing improved battery life and faster image processing. Samsung chose a 16 megapixel rear camera sensor while the hone has a 2 megapixel camera on the front. The phone is also dust and water-resistant by default so I don’t expect an “Active” variant of the phone because this is likely it.

Galaxy S5 settings

The early verdict is favorable based…

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2 thoughts on “Android this week: Galaxy S5 launches; Nokia X hands-on; Android security boost

  1. I like this android phone of Nokia. The phone has nice features and budget friendly. The most innovative feature of Nokia X is AOSP. In order to provide better service the Nokia X android Phone runs on AOSP which is a customized version of android. Hope this phone comes up to the consumer’s needs.

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