The cards have been cast: Samsung is here with another Galaxy flagship smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is a tribute: not in some sorry, nonsensical finite sort of way, but a chance for the South Korean manufacturer to show the market that it has a firm grip on the majority of Android devices. What this means is that resting on one’s laurels is a big possibility; after all, the Galaxy S5 wields a design akin to that of the two previous flagships.
But, it is very different.
In fact, it’s the minor differences that make the Galaxy S5 better than all previous Galaxy devices. Credit for that can be attributed to one thing: for once, Samsung probably some attention in user experience class.