By Stephen Schenck | February 24, 2014 5:06 PM
The Galaxy S 5 is finally here; is it everything you hoped for? Inevitably, users are going to be comparing the GS5 to last year’s Galaxy S 4, and while it’s clear that Samsung has changed quite a few things about in the past eleven months, has it really done enough new here to inspire you to go out and buy a new phone? Let’s take a look at these two Galaxy S models and see how they measure-up.
In contrast to many of Samsung’s new flagships in years past, here the changes seem largely external rather than internal. After all, we’re looking at the same screen resolution, same amount of RAM, and same storage options. That said, the design language is refreshed, with Samsung long having moved on from Hyperglaze, and the GS5 departs even from the Note-3-look we saw migrate to some of those more recent Galaxy S 4 variants.
But enough talk; with no further ado, let’s get right down to this all-important comparison: