Samsung just introduced the Galaxy S5 to the Ukraine market. The smartphone features Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system, 5.1 inch Super AMOLED screen, octa-core processor, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, and Wi-Fi. The price of the phone has yet to be released.
Galaxy fans can try out the phone at select stores
Samsung fans in the United States can now pre-order the AT&T version of Galaxy S5 at Best Buy.com. And that’s not all. At a few select Best Buy and carrier stores, users can actually try out the phones before the actual launch on April 11th.
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Mashable added, “This is the first time Best Buy has showcased a phone prior to launch, a company rep said. The relationship between Samsung and Best Buy has gotten closer of the last year, highlighted by the opening of the Samsung Experience Shop “store within a store” in several Best Buys about a year ago. Best Buy also had an exclusive on the blue version of the Galaxy S4. Samsung unveiled its flagship Galaxy S5 smartphone in Barcelona on Feb. 24. It’s notable for being the first smartphone to include a heart-rate monitor. Other features include dust and water resistance, a fingerprint scanner and a Download Booster for ultra-fast data speeds.”
Samsung sees a future for Galaxy
Thanks to the Galaxy lineup of smartphones, Samsung has enjoyed a vast amount of success that made the company comparable to Apple. Whether or not the company will remain in a good position remains to be seen. Last year’s smartphone failed to impress as some thought it was a redux of the Galaxy S3. This year, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Gear 2 smartwatch that works with Galaxy S5. This signifies Samsung’s plans to solidify a place in the mobile market. As this key trend continues to grow, we can expect companies like Samsung and Apple to create more devices that cater to that specific market.