Tech Review: Samsung Galaxy SV



“For the S5, we will go back to the basics. Mostly, it’s about the display and the feel of the cover,” confirmed Samsung executive Lee Young Hee to

Like the iPhone’s finger scanner, the Galaxy S5 might have an eye scanner. Some people are worried that in the dark they won’t be able to unlock their phone. It would work because no two people have the same retting. To fix this issue the phone will also have a password so it won’t be an issue. To avoid problems with this issue they may not include it in the phone, according to

The Galaxy S5 will have better screen resolution which is expected to have a 5.2 inch 565 PPI display and upgrade to a 16 megapixel rear facing camera. Instead of having an eye scanner, the phone may also have a finger print scanner.

The feature that puts the Galaxy above the iPhone is with the Galaxy the owner may be able to wave in the phones direction instead of having to physically make contact with the phone. The Galaxy also has a feature where you can answer your phone without physically making contact with it making it safe for driving, according to

The screen will be 5.1 inches diagonally. The processor will be quad-core clocking at 2.5 GHZ. The S5 will now include USB 3.0 support. The Galaxy S5 helps make it easier not to carry a camera around anymore.

It does because it adds special High Dynamic Range functionally which allows the phone to adjust the photo to the light. Selective focus allows you to decide what the photo will focus on and blur the background behind it. The Galaxy S5 will be waterproof to the extent of 3.3 feet. Samsung  is making the phone water proof so if you drop your phone in a puddle, pool or ocean,  it won’t be ruined.

Usually using power save mode turns off the ability to make calls and text but the Galaxy’s Ultra Power Saving Mode can last 24 hours with 10 percent battery life and doesn’t turn off the ability to receive calls and text messages. With the phones finger scanner it unlocks the phone and can be used to confirm bills being paid, according to