The new Samsung S5 comes in charcoal black, copper gold, electric blue, shimmery white colors, it is 15.1 inch in size, full HD per AMOLED Display and has a battery capacity of 2,800mAh. It is dust and water resistant and the screen can withstand a hard knock (fall if perhaps if it slips from your hand) or scratch from your key assuming you put your keys and phone in your pocket, but I wont recommend that you try to put it to the test.
It has a 16 Megapixel Camera and Face Sense Technology, you don’t even have to unlock your phone before you take a picture and will be able to capture the moment up to three times faster than many other smart phones. It uses the contrast auto-focus and face detection focus, a feature found in many digital SLRs. With Selective Focus, you can change the focus to far or near or pan focus, depending on how you want to take the picture. Galaxy S5's Video experience is wonderful as it has a 3840 x 2160 resolution and you can turn on the HDR icon to preview before shooting in real-time. Helps you see the output before shooting.
Another feature here is the Wi-Fi technology of the phone, it has 802.11a/b/g/n/ac 2.4G + 5GHz, HT80, MIMO, NFC and of course Bluetooth plus it has a download boaster, which bonds your LTE and Wi-Fi connections for faster and stable downloads.
The New S Health Feature provides a dashboard that helps you better track and manage your fitness and wellness with hiking, cycling. You set the desired kilometers you want to cover and play music and you are good to go. Bolton heart rate sensor helps you measure and record your heart rate, and even if you have a very low battery (lets say 20 percent) you can still use the phone for another 10 hours with ultra-saving mode, the phone will go black and and white and turn off all unnecessary features but you can still make calls, install apps and send texts. Samsung Galaxy S5 costs between $600 to $700.