With the Galaxy S5 just around the corner at a few short weeks away from a mostly global launch, many consumer will be waiting to get their hands on some of the latest features and updated apps to come with the new device. Come early April, the Galaxy S5 will see itself launch in over 150 countries across the globe, even some regional carriers will be picking up the device. If you're someone that likes to mess around with your phones a little bit, than you might be interested to know that at least a couple of things from Samsung's new flagship smartphone have already been made available to users who want the chance to download them.
The firmware from the Galaxy S5 as well as the new S-Voice app have been pulled and uploaded to the web for anyone who wants to tinker around. The firmware comes from the Chinese version of the galaxy S5(the SM-G9009D), and is already downloadable over at Sammobile, and with the release of the firmware for one device, many more are sure to follow soon enough. The firmware may not seem that exciting, but this is where all kinds of little goodies come from and can start showing up on the web. This includes the Wallpapers from the S5, the system sounds and ringtones as well as notification sounds, the app updates, etc. It won't be long before someone sits down to pull the firmware apart and starts rooting around inside to find all the good stuff.
While we might still have a tiny wait before we some of those things start to make their way to the web as well, at least one updated app has already been uploaded for users to get their hands on if they feel so inclined. We're talking about the updated version of the S-Voice app, and this can also be found over at Sammobile for download if you wish to update the version you're currently working with. While the new S-Voice app is nice, there are arguably some cooler things to come and as soon as they end up online, we'll let you know so you can snag them.