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Another secret weapon from Samsung’s Galaxy S5 possibly revealed


Shipments of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S4 may have fallen a bit short of the company’s lofty expectations in 2013, but 2014 is shaping up to be an entirely different story. In our review, we said that the Galaxy S4 had a feature spam problem. The phone was all over the place, packed to the gills with bells and whistles that detract from the phone’s real strengths. But it looks like Samsung could be turning a corner in 2014 with the Galaxy S5, and a new report may have uncovered yet another secret weapon that Samsung plans to use to rekindle the world’s love for high-end Galaxy phones. Recent reports out of the East seemingly uncovered two main features coming to

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