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Samsung saw huge success with the Galaxy S3 a couple of years ago. Last year the Galaxy S4 was seen as somewhat of a misfire and this year the company is back with the Galaxy S5 to try and regain some of the momentum it lost in 2013.

The Galaxy S5, like all high-end smartphones from the likes of Apple, HTC and Sony features a fast processor, high resolution screen decent camera and a hefty price tag.

Samsung is hoping the addition of a fingerprint sensor, heart-rate monitor and waterproof design will be enough to make it stand out from the crows.

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