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Get a feel of the Galaxy S5 on any Android phone with this new app

Galaxy S5

We have seen plenty of videos about the features and functioning of the Samsung Galaxy S5. But what if you got a brief look at all these features right from your existing Android smartphone? To achieve this, the Korean manufacturer has launched a new app called Galaxy S5 Experience which lets you get a feel of the smartphone and its UI from any Android device.

Users can check out the functioning of features such as the heart rate monitor, pedometer as well as the camera. This could probably give you a better idea of what is different with the new Samsung UI. The Gear functionality on the app is yet to be added, but it tells us plenty about how users can connect with their paired smartwatch.

The Galaxy S5 has gone up for pre-order via AT&T, U.S. Cellular and Sprint today with the T-Mobile variant following suit on Monday. The smartphone won’t start reaching stores until the 11th of April, but Samsung has already set up several preview locations across the world where users can walk in and experience the new Samsung flagship.

Source: Google Play Store

Via: Droid-Life

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