Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is an impressive device with impressive features, but it seems these still come at a cost: storage.
The Korean firm has been heavily criticised in the past for only offering half the storage its customers pay for and although this has been improved with the S5, it is still a problem.
MailOnline can reveal that on a 16GB Samsung S5, users get approximately 10GB of space for their own personal files, photos and apps.
When do we as a society stop flocking like sheep every time the cell phone companies ring the dinner bell with a new phone that’s barely better than it’s predecessor? I’m ready for some real innovations like new battery technology or a phone that is more durable.