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GALAXY S5’s take on the Privacy and Fitness

the new Galaxy S5 will have features focusing on Privacy and Fitness

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It seems like Samsung is sure of the fact that nothing is ever going to put an end to its power and certainly not the power of its fifth in line Galaxy. This view was clearly speaking loudly at the MWC invite on which Samsung shows not intent to hold back on its claims. This one surely brings a clear hint of what might be in store for us and though we still can’t figure out much from teasers, we do know that the S5 is going to hit it big. Even before release it has taken the reign over the internet with all its leaks and rumors and once it launches, it will certainly take over.

There is a grid which consists of 9 different icons each grouped in a different color according to their categories. The Speed, Curiosity and Privacy fall under the blue while the Outdoor, Style and Fitness is represented with a healthier green. Moreover, device security in the wake of PRISM is most likely but it is still too early to make a decision based upon these things.

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