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Galaxy S5 afterthoughts: Are smartphone lovers in for another boring year?

25
Feb
2014

After months of rumors and hype that had reached its boiling point, Samsung finally unveiled its brand new Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone on Monday. You can read my hands-on preview of the Galaxy S5 here, but in a nut shell, it’s a good phone. There are a number of new features that add value to Samsung’s user experience, and the company managed to dial back the pile-up of useless features that we have taken to calling “feature spam.” The screen is bigger, the battery lasts longer and the processor is more powerful. In the end, however, the Galaxy S5 appears to be the continuation of a very boring year for smartphone lovers, who saw precious little excitement in 2013. We’re

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