You can’t do that with the new Samsung Galaxy S5 but that handset has plenty of its own tricks. And this week, Samsung debuted an official video showing off those tricks. Some of these include the fast auto-focus imaging with a new camera interface, the fingerprint sensor that unlocks the phone, and how to use the Galaxy S5 to monitor your heart rate.
I’m looking forward to testing a Galaxy S5 after seeing the video, mainly because the overall experience looks improved over the prior model. I found the Galaxy S4 software to be overly complicated for most people as Samsung included so many features that could easily overwhelm.
Another phone that looks easy to use is the HTC Desire 310, a budget-friendly Android handset that runs on a MediaTek processor. To keep costs down, HTC chose an 854 x 480 display, 1 GB of memory, 4 GB of internal storage and a 5 megapixel camera. The phone debuts in Taiwan next month.