10 Things IT Will Like About The Samsung Galaxy S5


We can only imagine the apps that might lie ahead when sensors emerge that can measure taste and smell. For now, we'll have to settle for health and well-being apps that tie into GS5's new heart-rate and step monitors. Samsung's new device also measures humidity and barometric pressure, which might lead to apps that warn if atmospheric conditions might be too risky for that jog you're on or if your heart rate indicates that it's time to rest. Galaxy S5 also includes S Health, a monitoring app introduced with the GS4 that no longer has to rely on third parties for the biometric sensors that are now built into GS5.

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