It's not unusual to hear of rumors that contradict each other. They are just rumors after all. These two latest ones for the awaited Galaxy S5 Mini could make your heart jump or break it, depending on who you believe, or want to believe.
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Samsung's ranks has seen a slight reorganization within its ranks, with former vice-president for mobile design Lee Min-hyouk rising one step higher. He will be replacing Chang Dong-hoon who offered to from his post last week.
Samsung and Swarovski are at it again. The duo have yet again unveiled a series of crystal studded luxury accessories that will make not just your Galaxy S5 but also your sporty Gear Fit look and feel even more expensive than they already are.
Samsung has announced the availability of KNOX 2.0 on the Galaxy S5. Samsung KNOX, as many will remember, is a security setup aimed at the bring-you-own-device (BYOD) crowd. Samsung touts KNOX 2.0 as offering cutting-edge core platform security, an improved user experience and expanding ecosystem.
Tweakers and enthusiasts eager for Samsung's latest flagship need no longer pine, provided they are willing to be or are already under Verizon's flag. The carrier has added the Samsung Galaxy S5 Developer Edition to its catalog precisely for these people, but it's going to cost them quite a bit more than usual.
Now that the Galaxy S5 has had some time to settle down in the market, tools and methods for getting super power access to the device is bound to start popping up everywhere. The latest comes from XDA Recognized Contributor ricky310711, who is making available a relatively easier way to root any Galaxy S5 variant.
Galaxy S5 users were always able to unlock their handset using the fingerprint scanner. PayPal also added support shortly after the handset launched. Well, it looks like another company has come forward with support. This latest is LastPass and the support comes by way of the recently updated Password Manager app.
Following a tradition it has established long ago, Samsung is reported to be paving the way for a Galaxy S5 Mini. But unlike previous mini incarnations, we are quite thrilled to hear that Samsung might be giving this smaller smartphone the same IP rating as the Galaxy S5 hero flagship.
Samsung has been more than willing to release multiple variants of each model in the past. There have been mini-models, as well as Zoom and Active models. We've yet to see many of these for the Galaxy S5, however it looks like Samsung may be prepping a Prime model.