Samsung GS5, that looks quite a lot like its predecessor GS4, has made technology centric impression over market and could not work out that well to the terms of looks and budget. The phone is indifferent in external looks with a bit of change in the form of plastic casing. However, the price range isn’t complimenting to the handy looks and phone body type. While buying an android phone, users mostly carry a mindset for high-tech, good looking and up to an extent reachable within budget device whereas GS5 is bit tricky to all the three perspectives. With Galaxy S5, the users will surely get to know new technology but money is a difficulty here which may turn market response into a challenge for Samsung to make overall selling returns.
Talking about the major change-over according to Samsung in Galaxy S5 concludes in to features like the fingerprint scanner, heart rate monitor, improved imaging and super fast network connectivity. Improving on the S4 version did not come out as a priority buy for customers. In place of this, Google Nexus 5 has done a really good job. This phone is a superlative example of understated polycarbonate perfection which simply says that Samsung needs to think classier.
Technology enthusiasts have found Google Nexus 5 as logical buying over GS5 with well justified pricing, beautiful in looks with a nicely placed speaker grills and central USB. This lovingly crafted device not only brings improved performance and lucrative features, but known as the first stock version of android to look properly attractive.