Samsung has taken to the stage at MWC 2014, and we got a glimpse at not only the Gear 2 and Gear Fit, but the Samsung Galaxy S5. Now that we have been properly introduced, time to register to own the device.
There are many new features coming to the Galaxy S5, from fingerprint scanners and heart rate monitors, down to private mode and Ultra Power Saving Mode. All these new features must have you anxious to get your hands on the device. Well unfortunately the device will not be ready until April 11, 2014 for shipment, but there are ways you can stake your place in line. Surprisingly, Radio Shack is taking the lead surely will be followed by many more.
Radio Shack says they are opening up registration for the Samsung Galaxy S5 both on-line and in the store. The link to register with Radio Shack will be at the bottom of this article, or simply head over to your nearest Radio Shack. Though there hasn’t been any word on if you will need to put a down payment or anything. Still worth checking out when the site goes live. The registration will assure you that you will have a Galaxy S5 waiting for you when it is officially available.
If you were not able to catch the live stream of the Samsung MWC event, we did cover every aspect here on Android Headlines. We saw the Gear, which is the newest version of the Galaxy Gear smart watch, just lost the Galaxy part. We also saw the Gear Fit, and more, though what we didn’t see was pricing.
It is likely that we will see similar pricing to that of past Samsung flagship devices. Plus we don’t think this will stop many of you from pre-registering through either options. As of writing this, it seems as though more and more options are becoming available for Galaxy S5 registrations. Be sure to check out our MWC coverage for all the details you will need to make your decisions on where to go.
We also would love to hear from you, what were your thoughts on the new Samsung devices, and which ones can you not wait to get your hands on? Be sure to speak up on G+ and down below. Also lets not forget, MWC is not over yet, we still have plenty to see.