Samsung Galaxy S5 defeated the high demand records of Galaxy S4 and it features revolutionary upgrade not yet seen on other flagship smartphones. Here are the top reason why you need to upgrade from Galaxy S5 to Galaxy S4.
Samsung found better ways to really optimise performance on Galaxy S5 and perform tasks smoother compared with Galaxy S4. Moreover, Galaxy S5 uses quad-core processor from Qualcomm which features better power and heat management compared to what was used on Galaxy S4.
No matter how fast the Internet connection speed on Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5 can beat that twice with double amount of speed. Download Booster enables Galaxy S5 to use both Wi-Fi and LTE connections to download files with sizes 30 MB or larger on much higher Internet speed. It can boost download speed by up to 40 per cent.
Better Internet Experience
Internet surfing on Galaxy S4 is not the same and will never be the same with Galaxy S5. Samsung enabled MIMO or Multiple Input Multiple Output technology on Galaxy S5 by installing two Wi-Fi antennas that boost Web surfing experience two-folds better than before.
Galaxy S5 features IP 67 rating that allows it to resist dust completely and prevent water damage from liquid depth of 1 metre within 30 minutes. Samsung also installed Corning Gorilla Glass 3 on Galaxy S5 to ensure resistance of the display screen against scratches.
Unlike Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5?s camera features ISOCELL technology and rapid auto-focus. ISOCELL technology according to Samsung prevents loss of colour accuracy and improves lighting under low-light scenes while rapid auto-focus allows the device to capture moments under 0.3 seconds using Phase Detect feature.
New User Interface
Galaxy S5 runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat with the all-new TouchWiz UI which is a lot faster compared with Galaxy S4. Samsung tweaked the user interface to make it more responsive, redesigned the scheme to lighten up memory consumption and even allowed more customisation options for users.
Ultra Power Saving
Galaxy S5 can extend battery life longer than any other Galaxy S smartphone could, using Ultra Power Saving tool. It holds all non-cellular wireless communications, prevent background data on syncing, stops unnecessary features and turns the display screen colour into greyscale to save more power.
Emergency mode is accessible via power button and it can extend battery life longer during unexpected events. It may also be used to produce sound alarms, light up the LED flash and send messages to your friends during emergencies.
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