In depth: Samsung's Galaxy S5 launch + 19 photos

Good Gear Guide takes a closer look at Samsung's next generation flagship

Samsung announced at its Australian launch that the new Galaxy S5 will be available in stores from 11 April. Good Gear Guide had a hands-on session with the smartphone. Here’s our first impressions.

Photo: Samsung's chief marketing officer, Arno Lenoir, with the new Galaxy S5.

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  • David

    I currently own a HTC One XL, which I'm generally pretty happy with. I'd consider upgrading to the S5 if the battery life is significantly better than my XL and the video playing ability is better. Please let us know how the battery life compares to other phones and what it is like in ordinary life.

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