Samsung Galaxy S5 UI Walkthrough

S5-1 The Samsung Galaxy S5 has a few changes that are quite apparent once you pick up the device, no I am not talking about hardware or spec, but rather software. The Galaxy S5 runs Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat and a new touch wise UI. That has new element like the adding of the heart rate monitor, new camera interface and more. Let take a tour of Samsung’s new offering in the video below.

  • Phase Detection Auto Focus: Advanced auto focus speeds for capturing a shot quickly – first smartphone with phase detection auto focus, a feature usually found in DSLR cameras
  • ·         Real-Time HDR: High Dynamic Range (HDR) preview mode makes it easier to choose when to use HDR – like trying to photograph a beautiful sunset. It also enables users to capture HDR photos or videos with no shutter lag or post-processing.
  • ·         Selective Focus Mode: Blur images near or far for a creative, one-of-a-kind shot
  • ·         Shot and More Mode: The camera chooses and recommends  Drama Shot, Best Photo, Best Face or Eraser shot after the picture is taken to create the best photo
  • ·         Studio: Add effects to photos and edit movies with a complete suite of editing tools within the Gallery

With S Health™ consumers can access health info, track and map workouts and make and track healthier eating choices right on the Galaxy S 5.The Galaxy S 5 has the world’s first built-in heart rate monitor (HRM) which provides real time data before and after exercise by placing a finger on a sensor by the rear-facing camera.

Key platform components of S Health include:

  • ·         Nutrition: Meal tracking and planning with nutritional information
  • ·         Fitness: HRM, exercise log, mapped runs and location tracking

 

The Galaxy S 5 is packed with leading technology enhancements, including Quick Connect, which locates the nearest devices to share content, files, or your screen through Bluetooth®, Wi-Fi® or Wi-Fi Direct™. A built-in fingerprint sensor unlocks and locks the Galaxy S 5 and provides secure password protection to use PayPal for secure payments. The Galaxy S 5 also supports the latest mobile wallets, including Isis (a consortium among various carrier partners) and Google Wallet

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