Galaxy S5 Active

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[Deal Alert] Amazon Offering A Ton Of On-Contract Phones For $1 Or Less Including The Galaxy S5, S5 Active, LG G3, And HTC One M8

It's getting to be the time of year that retailers pull out all the stops and try to make some cash. Amazon in particular needs to make up some ground after that Fire Phone fiasco. Well, you can reap the rewards now with some solid deals on phones from AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint. These are on-contract sales, but you can't get too upset about a $1 phone.

2014-11-24 04_07_10-Amazon.com_ Samsung Galaxy S5, Black 16GB (AT&T)_ Cell Phones & Accessories

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Samsung OTA Update For The AT&T Galaxy S5 Active Adds... Well, Not Much

Those of you with a tough-as-nails Galaxy S5 Active for AT&T are probably wondering when your phones will be updated to Android 4.4.4. And you can keep on wondering, because the latest over-the-air update from Samsung keeps the phone on the same 4.4.2 build it had when it was released three months ago. But it does add... uh, some user interface changes in the default email app? Roll out the barrels!

Here's the full list of changes from Samsung's support page.

  • Visual Voice Mail (VVM) enhancements
  • Security updates and patches
  • Application installation enhancements
  • Accidental emergency dial fixed on the lock screen
  • Several lower layer modem crashes and sluggishness improvement enhancements
  • E-mail UX enhancements
  • Re-activation lock improvements

To be fair, those issues with the emergency dial and modem crashes sound like they could seriously annoy at least some users.

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Samsung's Galaxy S5 Active Made Official, Available From AT&T In Camo Green, Ruby Red, Titanium Gray

The Galaxy S5 Active, Samsung's much-leaked ruggedized version of its latest flagship, is now official, and available from AT&T in three colors - Camo Green, Ruby Red, and Titanium Gray.

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Just like the previous entry in the Active family, the S5 Active is water and dust resistant, and looks quite capable of taking some abuse. The S5 Active, as you may guess, is essentially the Galaxy S5 in a rougher, tougher chassis. They share almost all the same specs, though the Active does not sport a fingerprint scanner. The device does have a dedicated button, however, for launching your "activity-related features."

If you've been waiting on the edge of your seat for the S5 Active to be made available to the public, you can order it now from AT&T for $200 on contract, or $715 contract-free.

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