Samsung's Galaxy S5 Manual is Now Available for Downloading and Viewing


The Samsung Galaxy S5 will be available Next Friday, April the 11th from just about every carrier. But for those that want to learn more about the Galaxy S5 now before they pick theirs up, you can do so buy checking out the manual - that will indeed come in the box with your Galaxy S5 - to see what kind of goodies Samsung has added in the Galaxy S5.

At their Unpacked event  in Barcelona, they didn't go over much in terms of new features. In fact, it was mostly all about the hardware. But there are still some new features, like the revamped Touchwiz, which actually looks nice - at least from what I've seen and used on the Galaxy TabPRO 10.1. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is also said to have the best display that DisplayMate has ever tested, and they've tested a lot so that should tell you something.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is launching on T-Mobile for $0 down, AT&T and Sprint for $199 on contract beginning April 11th, with pre-orders on-going right now. The Galaxy S5 also has a 5.1-inch AMOLED Full HD display, 2GB of RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 16GB or internal storage with a microSD card slot, and a 2800mAh battery inside. It's definitely  beast, especially with that 16MP camera with ISOCELL and the fingerprint reader in the home button - which I hope works better than the one on  the HTC One Max did last year. That was just a mess.

For those of you interested in the Manual, it's available via PDF from the link down below. How many of our readers are planning on picking up the Samsung Galaxy S5 when it launches next week? Be sure to let us know in the comments below as well as what color and carrier you are planning on grabbing it from. It helps us find out which carrier the majority of our readers are with, because we're always curious.

Download: Samsung Galaxy S5 instruction Manual (PDF)

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