Unlocking The Samsung Galaxy S5
One of the most anticipated Smartphone releases for 2014 is the Samsung Galaxy S5. Much has been postulated by the experts and consumers alike, as to what the specifications will be on this device but very little is known ahead of its expected release near the end of February. Here is a preview of the Samsung Galaxy S5.
Set to appear is a 2560×1440 high-resolution screen with an AMOLED display and this would make the S5 easily the highest-resolution Smartphone on the market. The size of the screen is likely to be increased to 5.25in, up from the 5in of its predecessor, the Galaxy S4.
There should be a camera upgrade, with the sensor increasing to 16-megapixels moving from the 13-megapixel found on the Galaxy S4. Speculation is high that hardware optical image stabilization will be introduced by Samsung.
Inside, the Galaxy S5 there is likely to be a choice of processors, with either Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 or the 64-bit Exynos 6. ARM’s big.LITTLE architecture will be used by the Exynos 6 and this means that when the phone’s not doing much, there will be four low-power cores available, and when more intensive tasks are being done, four high-power cores will be available.
Since Smartphones are now an integral part of everyday life, battery life has become a very important feature. The good news for the consumers is that they can expect a longer lasting and faster charging battery on the Samsung Galaxy S5. The S5 will be fitted with a 2900mAh battery, which is a step up from the S4’s 2600mAh. The new battery is believed to hold 20% more charge by volume. It is also expected to reach full charge within two hour when charging.
As an Android Smartphone, the Galaxy S5 will run on the latest android version: the 4.4 KitKat. Along with its improved cloud integration, an immersive mode, there is also faster multi tasking with the KitKat. There is some speculation however, that Samsung may add its own modifications to the operating system.
New user interface
For the Galaxy S5, Samsung seems to kept the traditional Android home screen and have opted for square widgets that will give users all their data in one place by locking together. There will likely be home screens for media, personal, and work.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is likely to be a cool looking feature filled snazzy new phone when it arrives and many can’t wait to get their hands on one.
Unlock Samsung Galaxy S5
When the Galaxy S5 is released in the US and elsewhere it’s more than likely going to be locked to a carrier and offered at a subsidized price. If you want to use the phone on a carrier other than the original, you’ll need to unlock the device. The easiest way to unlock any GSM cell phone is via IMEI unlock code. It’s permanent, requires no software and is often as simple as putting in a new SIM and entering your IMEI unlock code when prompted. When the Samsung Galaxy S5 arrives you’ll be able to get IMEI unlock codes from either of the sources below: