Samsung has sold 11 million Galaxy S5 handsets since early April launch

By Shawn Knight
May 15, 2014
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  1. Samsung's Galaxy S5 may not have been the revolutionary, game-changing device that many had hoped for but that's seemingly done little to curb its appeal. An analysis of sales after just one month on the market reveal the new flagship...

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  2. RustyTech

    RustyTech TS Guru Posts: 675   +278

    I say hurry up and release Note 4! ;)
  3. Skidmarksdeluxe

    Skidmarksdeluxe TS Evangelist Posts: 5,913   +1,705

    I say hurry up and release S5 mini! ;)
  4. I say hurry up and release premium version of S5!
  5. I'm hoping that the iphone 6 will be a game changer
  6. I say hurry up and develop phones with the flexible LED screens you came up with!
  7. The S5 is an awesome phone.
  8. Emexrulsier

    Emexrulsier TS Addict Posts: 443   +28

    I say don't bother they aren't like Sony compact where spec matches the larger devices. Save up and get the real deal

    I doubt these rumours are true tbh, no way would they release a premium model a few months after they release a flag ship device pissing off 11 million customers. The rumours that are out are either for a totally new range of phones, the note4 or even the Galaxy S6.

    If they released a model with 5"+ screen, 2k resolution and something that no one else has done they could be onto as winner. But if they follow tradition and just bring out an identical phone then they may very well fail.

    There isn't really a practical application/market for them imo

    Sure is, I have one it has it's flaws but all phones have pros and cons

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