Samsung's latest flagship smartphone is out. The reviews are in. And the reaction is...
"What you're seeing here is a Samsung that's very much on cruise control," says Chris Ziegler, deputy managing editor of The Verge.
"It's an evolution of the S4, not a whole new phone. There were some of us who were hoping they would take a little bit of a leap here, go to an aluminum body, maybe a new user interface, but really it's just an evolved S4."
Compared to its predecessor, the S5 has a bigger screen, a better camera and a faster processor.
There's also a fingerprint sensor built into the home button, just like what you find in the iPhone 5s.
But one big change in the Galaxy S5: there's a built-in heart rate sensor. Does that score points for Samsung?
"The fact that they included a heart rate sensor in the GS5 really isn't surprising when you consider fitness is a buzzword in mobile now," Ziegler tells me.
Along with the Galaxy S5, Samsung unveiled three smartwatches at the Mobile World Congress – the Samsung Gear 2, the Gear 2 Neo, and the Gear Fit.
For Ziegler and his fellow editors at the Verge, the slender and form-fitting Gear Fit stole the limelight at the big reveal in Barcelona.
"Of the new smartwatches that they showed yesterday, that would be the winner for sure," says Ziegler.
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