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Samsung Galaxy S5: All you need to know

Samsung Galaxy S5: All you need to know

As hotly-anticipated smartphones go, the Samsung Galaxy S5 ranked up there alongside the new iPhone, with all eyes on the dominant force in Android handsets at Mobile World Congress this year. Samsung didn't stint on the show, opening the launch with a full orchestra and then running through the new specs - fingerprint biometrics, a 16-megapixel camera, and more - in a huge press event that also saw it revamp its wearable companion range. As the dust settles, follow us on past the cut for all the key details about the new Galaxy S5.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Camera Features hands-on

Samsung Galaxy S5 Camera Features hands-on

Having just been introduced to the Samsung Galaxy S5 itself this week, we’ve decided to dive in on the camera in a bit more detail. This newest generation Samsung smartphone works with the finest camera offered on a smartphone from the manufacturer to date with a number of features that make it unique in this hard-hitting field of play. The Galaxy S5 features a 16-megapixel camera at its back and a 2-megapixel camera up front.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 hands-on: 16MP and fingerprint scanner

Samsung Galaxy S5 hands-on: 16MP and fingerprint scanner

Samsung has a new flagship, the Galaxy S5, and we've been spending some time getting to grips with the 5.1-inch Android smartphone. Launched at Samsung's Unpacked 5 event at MWC 2014 today, the Galaxy S5 has a Full HD 1920 x 1080 Super AMOLED display, 2.5GHz quadcore processor running Android 4.4.2 KitKat, a fingerprint scanner, and a 16-megapixel camera, all wrapped up in a water-resistant casing. Read on for our first-impressions and all the details.

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Samsung Galaxy Core LTE bringing high speeds in familiar package

Samsung Galaxy Core LTE bringing high speeds in familiar package

It’s time for another display size in the Samsung family with the Samsung Galaxy Core LTE, a device that, in some sectors, will be called the Samsung Galaxy Core 4G. This device works with a qHD display - that’s quarter-HD, not QUAD-HD, meaning here that it’s got a display size of 960 x 540 pixels. This machine’s display is also 4.5-inches large with PLS TFT LCD display technology.

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Galaxy Gear reboot imminent as Best Buy, AT&T axe stock

Galaxy Gear reboot imminent as Best Buy, AT&T axe stock

It would seem that the Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch will be getting a reboot sooner than later as both Best Buy and AT&T have made efforts to cut stock this week. While we've expected that Samsung would bring on an updated Samsung Galaxy Gear sooner than later, this bit of info allows us to see into the imminent future - more than likely Mobile World Congress 2014, as it were. Here we'll see the latest in Samsung wearables as well as - quite likely - the Samsung Galaxy S5 as well.

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Nokia Lumia Icon “directional audio” picks fight with Galaxy S4

Nokia Lumia Icon “directional audio” picks fight with Galaxy S4

Nokia's new Lumia Icon may have fairly distinctive looks, but it's what it hears that the Finnish firm is most proud of. The phone's PureView camera system introduces what Nokia is calling "directional audio" recording, which uses twin microphones on the rear of the Verizon exclusive to focus what sound is picked up and what gets ignored. Nokia is so excited by it, it even put it up against an Android best-seller to show the difference; see the demos after the cut.

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Samsung ZEQ Tizen smartphone readied for MWC 2014

Samsung ZEQ Tizen smartphone readied for MWC 2014

A leak of a smartphone that looks awfully similar to the Samsung Galaxy S4 has been shown off in press photo form this morning. This device is tipped to be rolling with a 4.8-inch display with WXGA (1280 x 720 pixel) resolution as well as a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. Under the hood is the first real-deal market-ready iteration of Samsung's own Tizen for 2014.

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