The Samsung Galaxy S5 for AT&T is finally official. And since the Galaxy S5 is already waterproof and dustproof, it’s only natural to expect it’s Active variant to sport more hardware resistance and protection. Having said that, the Galaxy S5 Active may be the world’s first shock-resistant premium smartphone to date.
Heading over at the specs department, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active sports pretty much the same specs as the S5: Runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat, features a … Continue reading
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AT&T has been confirmed to carry the upcoming Galaxy S5 Active thanks to the leaked press shots from a week ago, and now we have the device leaked again and this time, in multiple angles. Enjoy.
The Galaxy S5 Active’s specs has yet to be confirmed, but the device is expected to run on the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat and will feature a 5.1-inch display, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB … Continue reading
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It looks like the official announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active is imminent as we’re now seeing the device press shots thanks to evleaks. Although this one’s for the AT&T variant, it’s always the international version that gets announced first. Looking at the image above, it’s pretty much the same from what we’ve seen with the Galaxy S4 Active but of course, with the patented look of the Galaxy S5.
The Galaxy S5 Active’s … Continue reading
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The Samsung Galaxy S5 has been out for almost a month now, so all eyes are gonna be on the device’s upcoming siblings, the Galaxy S5 Mini, Galaxy K Zoom, and the Galaxy S5 Active. And Among all the Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphone siblings, the Active variant has been the most successful one that started with the Galaxy S4. And thanks to a new leak that suggests that the Samsung SM-G870 is indeed the S5 … Continue reading
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When the Samsung Galaxy S4 was released, a few of it’s variant followed namely the Galaxy S4 Mini (toned down and smaller version), Galaxy S4 Zoom (better camera and zoom powered), and the Galaxy S4 Active (water resistant + physical buttons).
The Samsung Galaxy S4 active, though it doesn’t sell as much as the original Galaxy S4, has it’s own advantages being water resistant that fits active people who are always outside doing active stuff so they won’t have … Continue reading
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