This isn’t the first time that Samsung has had some issues with their devices being a bit of a hog on the memory side of things when it comes to system files. Way back when the Samsung Galaxy S4 was presented last year, it was noted that almost half of the available storage on 16 GB version of the device was taken up by system files. Samsung did end up fixing this problem down the line, but it was still a shock to get a brand new phone only to find out you only have about 8 gigabytes of available storage. Well, expect nothing different from the Galaxy S5 as it seems it will have the same problem when the device launches.
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