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Samsung Galaxy S5 Offers Protection from Dust and Water



Consumers of the new Samsung Galaxy S5 will enjoy a worry free experience with this latest gadget.
This new device which provides an apt protection in relevant matters such as mobile security, usage and durability, is also dust and water resistant and therefore protects your device from related damages.
This feature means users can even clean their Galaxy S5 with water to rid it off germs without fear of damaging it.  
It also offers a Finger Scanner, providing a secure, biometric screen locking feature and the ability for customers to make purchases with their mobile. The fingerprint sensor can register three separate fingerprints, and registration takes eight swipes.
Users can unlock the phone using fingerprint recognition and also use it to authorize PayPal to make payments online for anything. This opens up a lot of mobile payments options for consumers who engage in online transactions.
The finger swipe can also unlock Private Mode on the Galaxy S5, which provides access to hidden content that a user would like to keep away from strangers. It’s a handy and much-needed addition to mobile technology, which so far hasn’t had any really easy way of restricting access to on-device media and content.
The Ultra Power Saving Mode turns the display to black and white, and shuts down all unnecessary features to minimize the battery consumption. This means using the phone in the Ultra Power Saver Mode can keep the phone for up to 5 days making sure consumers are always connected.
The features of the Galaxy S5 continue to demonstrate that it is truly a people inspired innovation that is designed to make everyday life easier and more meaningful.
Starting on the 28th of March, 2014 consumers can pre-order their Galaxy S5 at www.samsunggh.com/galaxys5. 

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