5 Things You’ll Hate About the Samsung Galaxy S5

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is still a good phone, but not perfect, and there are some things you’ll want to consider before buying in 2015 and beyond.

Last year, Samsung (as always) took the stage to announce a brand new fifth-generation Galaxy S smartphone. A few weeks after the announcement, the Samsung Galaxy S5 took over the flagship duties from the Galaxy S4. Until April, the Galaxy S5 reigned as Samsung’s top device.

In April, Samsung launched the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge to replace the Galaxy S5. The Galaxy S5 is no longer in the spotlight, but the arrival of the Galaxy S6 doesn’t mean the show is over. Samsung’s aging legacy flagship is still a solid option for those who don’t want to pay top dollar for a brand new phone.

We’ve had the Samsung Galaxy S5 for over a year now and it still has tons of features that we love. For example, its design is certified water and dust resistant, which is not found in most flagship smartphones, even the Galaxy S6.

There’s still a lot to love about the Galaxy S5, but there are also some things you might not like. It’s a great phone, but even great phones have their flaws, especially in their old age. Yes, it’s a year old for a Samsung smartphone.

With the Galaxy S6 out and the Galaxy Note 5 on the way, we want to take an updated look at the Galaxy S5 and tell you a few things we didn’t like about it. Some of you may look beyond these things. For others, these can change the rules of the game leading you to something else. Keep these in mind when purchasing your next smartphone.

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