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Samsung Galaxy S5 mini review

Jenneth Orantia
Smarter Writer

Jenneth Orantia is a journalist who has been reporting on tech developments and trends for the last decade

Jenneth Orantia
Smarter Writer

Jenneth Orantia is a journalist who has been reporting on tech developments and trends for the last decade

Samsung’s flagship phone is now available in a more compact edition called the Galaxy S5 mini.

Almost all of the features that were introduced in its bigger brother are on board, such as a built-in heart rate sensor for tracking fitness through the preloaded S Health app, a fingerprint sensor integrated into the homescreen button for making it easier to unlock the screen, and IP67 certification that adds water and dust-resistance to make it more durable. Its pocket-friendly dimensions are made possible by the smaller, lower resolution screen (4.5-inch 720 x 1280 pixels) and less powerful 4GHz quad-core processor.

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