Samsung Galaxy S5 Contracts and Deals

Compare Samsung Galaxy S5 Contracts and Deals

The Samsung Galaxy S5 will be released in early April 2014. You can already pre-order the phone at all the major UK phone networks sites. Below you can find the best contracts on offer for 4G internet and call minutes. We especially recommended EE's Double 4G internet plans for the SG 5.

Please note* Total cost is for the amount you will pay over the course of the contract (which is usually 24 months with all networks). We also factor in the cost of the handset upfront so there's no hidden costs when comparing deals through us.

EE£961.75(Total Cost)

  • £49.99 Handset Cost
  • 2 GB Internet Data
  • Double 4G* Data Speed
  • 1000 Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £37.99 Per Month
  • £961.75 Total Cost

EE£971.75(Total Cost)

  • £59.99 Handset Cost
  • 4 GB Internet Data
  • Double 4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £37.99 Per Month
  • £971.75 Total Cost

EE£1041.75(Total Cost)

  • £9.99 Handset Cost
  • 10 GB Internet Data
  • Double 4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £42.99 Per Month
  • £1041.75 Total Cost

Three£1053.00(Total Cost)

  • £69.00 Handset Cost
  • Unlimited Internet Data
  • 3G/4G* Data Speed
  • 600 Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £41.00 Per Month
  • £1053.00 Total Cost

O2£1081.99(Total Cost)

  • £49.99 Handset Cost
  • 5 GB Internet Data
  • 3G/4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £43.00 Per Month
  • £1081.99 Total Cost

Three£1125.00(Total Cost)

  • £69.00 Handset Cost
  • Unlimited Internet Data
  • 3G/4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £44.00 Per Month
  • £1125.00 Total Cost

EE£1161.75(Total Cost)

  • £9.99 Handset Cost
  • 20 GB Internet Data
  • Double 4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £47.99 Per Month
  • £1161.75 Total Cost

O2£1191.99(Total Cost)

  • £39.99 Handset Cost
  • 8 GB Internet Data
  • 3G/4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £48.00 Per Month
  • £1191.99 Total Cost

3G/4G* To see the quality and availability of both 3G and 4G mobile internet services in your area please consult our 4G Mobile Network page.

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Full SG 5 Review

It’s that time of year again: not Christmas, not your birthday, but the raining down of new mobile phone technology on the market from way up in the Samsung cloud. That’s right, it’s almost technology giant Samsung’s turn to try and convince you that its once-glorious “SX” smartphone range hasn’t let the relative disappointment of the S4 get it (or us) down.

Samsung Galaxy S5: Fast Focus

To say that the S5 has been highly anticipated is akin to making a statement as innately true as “nitrogen is a gas at room temperature” or “Android is more versatile than iOS”, but the S5 is quite an important phone for Samsung. This is partially because of the usual stiff competition that will be seen in the future iPhone 6 but also because of the fact that although the S3 blew everyone’s minds at the time of release, the S4 saw a huge loss of momentum for Samsung, and more importantly/devastatingly, a diminishing market presence. The S5 certainly has some sexy specifications to tease us with, as well as a fingerprint scanner (finally), and a lovely new range of attractive colours, but those looking for a revolutionary departure from the S4 may feel a little dejected.

The Phones Engine

Firstly, let’s take a look at the phone’s engine, which is impressive by anyone’s standards. At the heart of the phone’s power is the 2.5gHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, a CPU that inevitably results in power and resulting speeds that will be the envy of any and all other rival phone manufacturers; the 2GB of RAM really helps to make the CPU pop and gives it the ability to run pretty much any combination of applications with relative ease. One thing that may frustrate some users (though in practice it doesn’t make a HUGE difference right now) is that Samsung have chosen not to have the S5 based on 64-bit architecture. Its speed is undeniable but some Samsung fans may be annoyed that iPhone 5S owners may look upon them condescendingly because their iOS-based device is 64-bit and ready for future developments because of it. Detailed specifications can be found at the GSM Arena S5 page.

The S5’s screen is 5.1 inches, making it only .1 of an inch larger than its predecessor, the Galaxy S4. You can expect a 1080p Super AMOLED display from the S5 as well. If you’ve just done the maths, you’ll have correctly concluded that this makes the pixel density very slightly lower in number than the S4, but in practice and with the naked eye, the 9ppi difference isn’t noticeable.

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The Phones Design

The phone’s design has obviously had a little bit of a seeing to, but Samsung veterans will certainly disappointed by the fact that there isn’t all that much that has changed. The metal surround feels almost like you’re holding a Note 3 in your hand, but the polycarbonate backing yet again disappoints and dispels all those rumours of a fully-fledged metallic construction. Overall, the S5 is a little more rectangular and large in size than its predecessor; it feels more expensive in the hand as well, and so it should with the prices that these handsets demand. For the price however, you also get a phone that is officially waterproof and dustproof to an IP67 standard. You’ve even got a cheeky USB 3.0 slot hidden away behind the phone’s only port cover at the bottom.

In other components news, the S5 also has a 16-megapixel camera. The number of megapixels becomes less and less important as time goes on, particularly when you consider the impressive nature of the various features of the S5’s camera: selective focus allows you to change the focus of a shot that has already been snapped; super-fast auto focus allows for a shot to be taken in around 0.3 seconds; real-time HDR is another impressive feature.

Finger Print Scanner

The fingerprint scanner doesn’t quite tip the phone into ‘revolutionary’ status, particularly when considering that it isn’t quite up to the standard of the iPhone 5S’s offering. It is superior to the HTC One Max’s rear-located scanner however, and its location around the home screen button on the front makes it all the more convenient. Samsung have also made a deal with Paypal which is quite exciting for those that wish to have their online payments made hastier with fingerprint technology.

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Some other features which have seen improvement include the user interface, and particularly the TouchWiz technology, which has seen quite a bit of improvement since the S4. Folders have been relocated an subtle changes make for a much better experience that will frustrate die-hard Android users less. New to the S5 are two features that may sound like gimmicks at first: Fitness tech and download booster. The former is fairly useful and includes a heart-rate scanner, though it isn’t passive and requires you to hold your finger on the camera; the latter utilises your Wi-Fi connection in conjunction with your 3G/4G signal to increase download speeds in files of over 30MB in size.

Conclusion

It is difficult to conclude at such an early stage on this wonderful offering from Samsung. It is clear that the smartphone giant have done away with silly gimmicks this time around and have concentrated on things that matter – things that users truly desire. An improved camera, a better user interface, new features (fingerprint scanner, fitness tech), and a blisteringly-fast processor all make for a happy smartphone user. The battery saving mode also allows you to squeeze a hell of a lot of life out of it, all be it in a very restricted, stripped down, and lower-resolution fashion. In all, the S5 is a handset to look forward to, and makes improvements where the S4 simply offered gimmicks.