More Galaxy S5 photo and video samples appear in a short review
A short review of the Galaxy S5's abilities has popped up, presumably from a retail unit, and it is showing us a more complete look at the camera prowess of the handset. There are shots outdoors, in low-light, at night, macros, and even HDR on/off comparison.
The extra features of the new, flatter TouchWiz interface, that arrives with the S5, are also briefly discussed, and found to be mostly useful. Samsung didn't go all out with the "S"-branded functions this time, but rather boiled it down to a few very useful features, like its Download Booster, or the Ultra power saving mode. Another thing that got mentioned with aplomb, was battery life, but no actual tests have been made, just anecdotal evidence that the phone still had "a good chunk of life left" at the end of the day, despite the review tortures.
Check out the design and interface shots, as well as a set of real-life photo and video samples from the 16 MP camera on the back of the Galaxy S5, and tell us what you think of them.