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Sprint rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop to the Galaxy S5


Today is the day when Sprint starts rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop to the Galaxy S5. The rollout of Android Lollipop was annoying at best when it comes to the Galaxy S5, as U.S. users are among the last ones to receive the OTA. So far, only Verizon and Sprint have started sending out the update to Galaxy S5 owners, ...

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Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy S5: will the upgrade be worth it


The Samsung Galaxy S5 is the flagship for the year 2014 from the South Korean company and while it wasn’t exactly a flop, it didn’t do too well with consumers either. Samsung vowed that the Galaxy S6, aka Project Zero will be a huge improvement compared to the Galaxy S5 and it will benefit from a complete overhaul, hence the ...

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Galaxy S6 aka Project Zero rumor round-up: release date and specs


Project Zero, as the Galaxy S6 redesigning project has been dubbed by Samsung, is supposed to be in the works and ready for a March release. The most recent leaks regarding the Galaxy S6 release date suggest that Samsung will be ready to unveil the device at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in March. Most likely, Samsung will hold its ...

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Samsung dumping TouchWiz for the Galaxy S6?


Samsung in the Fall of 2014 disclosed that they are working on Project Zero, detailing the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S6 would be built from scratch with users’ feedback in mind. Since the Galaxy S5 was a flop with a horrid design nobody liked, but the reviews for the Galaxy Note 4 were average, the South Korean company possibly ...

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TouchWiz successor Iconic UX in the works

Samsung has been implementing TouchWiz UI on Android into Galaxy phones for quite some time now. Many have criticized TouchWiz for being too colorful and cartoonish, which is true in comparison to the new Material Design elements Android has been implementing in the Google Play Store and future Android L OS. Samsung’s TouchWiz is the most popular ROM, surpassing CyanogenMod ...

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