In a few days the Samsung Galaxy S5 arrives in stores and the hands of those who pre-ordered. Early reviews are generally positive but not everyone thinks this is a must-have upgrade.
The Moto G is turning into the little budget engine that could, helping Motorola grab 6 percent market share in the U.K. Intel is wisely thinking of 64-bit Android to better compete against ARM chips while the HTC One M8 impresses at first blush.
The battle of Android flagships is on as both the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8 are here. We look at each briefly to help you decide between them. Google I/O is coming but before then I plan to install Android on my Chromebook.
Sprint(s s) announced Friday that Samsung’s Galaxy S5 smartphone will be available in stores and online beginning April 11, or you can pre-order it starting today. It’ll cost you $199.99 with a two-year contract, just like on AT&T(s t) and U.S. Cellular(s usm), or you can get it for $0 down (along with 24 monthly payments of $27.09) via Sprint Easy Pay. You can also buy the phone outright for $649.99. And for a limited time, customers that buy a GS5 on a Framily plan with Easy Pay will get a free Galaxy Tab 3, though you’ll have to pay for a data plan.
T-Mobile will offer Samsung’s Galaxy S5 smartphone for $0 down. Pre-orders start Monday, or you can wait until the phone hits stores April 11.
Want an even closer look at the upcoming Galaxy S5 smartphone and Gear wearables? Samsung posted detailed hands-on videos of each device, highlighting some new features that haven’t received much attention yet.
The Moto X morphs again. This time it has nine new colors to create up to 40 combinations of colleges, just in time for March Madness. Samsung’s Galaxy S5 gets a close-up on video and HTC makes good on its promise of mid-range phones.
An online retailer claims to have images and pricing for Samsung’s official Galaxy S5 cases.
Didn’t get enough of the Samsung Galaxy S5 last week? No worries as Samsung shared a detailed look at the new phone today, showing a refined, simpler experience combined with new, useful features.
Samsung is hoping to entice potential buyers with free subscriptions for everything from Box to the Wall Street Journal.