T-Mobile announced and began rolling out an update for the Galaxy S5 last week. And well, it looks like the update has since been halted. T-Mobile has kept the details to a minimum, however they have said the update "has been paused."
T-Mobile Galaxy S5 users have an update on the way. This is a smaller update, however it does appear to bring one key fix dealing with SMS and MMS messaging. The changelog mentions how this update should fix the intermittent failure of incoming SMS and MMS messages.
The flood of videos of an unreleased Samsung Galaxy S5 Active keep rolling in. This time, the focus is on how the smartphone is different, or the same, compared to Samsung's current flagship, including some new sensors, a camera with OIS, and a regular micro USB port.
We know that specs and numbers are only part of the story, but nowhere is that truth more evident than in this showdown between the Motorola Moto E and the Samsung Galaxy S5. Somewhat surprisingly, the budget smartphone manages to leave the more expensive one in the dust, at least for basic functionality.
Samsung has announced the latest Galaxy S5 color variant headed for the US market. The color is gold and the handset will be available with a handful of carriers beginning on May 30th. Pricing will be set by the carriers, but for now we know availability will be though AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular.
Here comes another video detailing the Galaxy S5 Active and practically removing any mystery left about the device. A series of benchmark tests now reveal just what exactly makes this rugged version of Samsung's flagship tick.
While most attention is probably being lavished on a rumored Galaxy S5 Prime, Samsung's more rugged variant might actually be just as interesting. A video of a leaked demo model of the Galaxy S5 Active point to an even more rugged device compared to the Galaxy S5, and possibly and even higher density display.
Samsung might be going all out with this Prime version of the Galaxy S5, now leaked to have an aluminum shell instead of the usual plastic. However, as rumors go, there is some disagreement as to what the Galaxy S5 Prime will be like from the inside, whether it will be slightly beefier than the current flagship or not.
That Samsung released a Pink edition of the Galaxy S5 comes as no shock. After all, it has done something like that before. But for some strange reason, it now felt the need to justify why it is being launched exclusively to Japan.