Samsung Galaxy K / S5 Zoom SM-C111 Unlocked GSM Quad-Core Camera / Android Smartphone - White
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- 2G: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
- 4.8" Super AMOLED Capacitive Multi-Touchscreen w/ Protective Corning Gorilla Glass 3
- Android v4.4.2 (KitKat), Quad-Core 1.3 GHz Cortex A7 & Dual-Core 1.7 GHz Cortex A15 Processor, Chipset: Exynos 526, Mali-T624 Graphics
- 20.7 Megapixel Camera (5248 x 3936 pixels) auto/manual focus, 10x optical zoom (24-240mm), optical image stabilization, Xenon & LED flash + Front-Facing 2 Megapixel Camera + Video
- Internal Memory: 8GB, 2GB RAM + microSD Slot Expandable up to 64GB
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards (e.g. H20, Straight Talk, and select prepaid carriers). Unlocked cell phones will not work with CDMA Carriers like Sprint, Verizon, Boost or Virgin.
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The Galaxy S5 smartphone is now doubles as a camera. Embrace the portability, take it everywhere you go, and witness incredible photos come to life. New retracting lens technology makes the 10x optical zoom powerful yet remarkably slim, giving you the sharpness of real optics in a chic body. And it's so easy to use, with Pinch Zoom and one-touch Quick Zoom.
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If you are buying this phone it is for one reason only, the camera. The camera on this phone is fantastic. If you want the best camera on Android this is it. Why? Not only because of the optical zoom with IS and the Xenon flash. The software is actually very good. It has everything from scene modes to full manual.and everything in between. Burst mode, control the flash whatever you want however you want. It actually is so easy to use and quick to change settings I hate going back to my Sony RX100 or GX1. The camera takes as good quality pictures as those two 90% of the time, but I have the phone with me 100% of the time so I get many, many more pictures. Some other phone cameras come with fixed aperture of F2.0 which is actually better than this camera for low light. However I this camera has a real flash so it is basically a wash.
This phone can rooted but currently there are no custom ROMs if you care about those things. Currently has 4.4.2 and I have no clue and haven't heard if Samsung will push 5.0
Is this phone big and heavy yesish. I compare it to any of the Notes or iPhone plus and you have a smaller, but thicker phone. The thickness actually helps me some since it is easier to keep in my hands and doesn't slip as often. Calls are clear and crisp. the screen is nice and the phone does hold up to some moderate drops, not tested on purpose. The battery life is probably\ average, but I think that is because I use the camera a lot. I can either get through the day and have only 10% left or over 50%. It seems a lot depends on how much it is searching for the 3g signal (see below) and how many pictures I take. And the xenon flash is a battery hog.
One major fault of this camera for US users is the fact that the data is pretty crappy on T-Mobile. I live in a refarmed 1900 MHz area but it still bounces around between WCDMA (HSPA+, 3.5g) and 2g GSM. At times I get no data at all. Compared to the galaxy s3 it is a terrible experience. If they fix the data and provide a US model with US LTE bands this phone will be a huge hit. I have to take away a start for the poor data, if I lived in Europe I would instantly get the LTE version and be 100% happy.
Secondly there is a glass/plastic lens that is not protected. It doesn't seem to get scratched easily or at all but it can get dirty smudged. If you get blurry pictures wipe this off and your pictures will come out great again.
I actually get stopped almost every time I use with people asking "what is that" "is that a camera!" "can I hold it". I don't know why Samsung never officially released this in the states they could have a huge hit with the right marketing. Add in US LTE and a faster lens (F2.8 vs F3.1 minimum) and I would heavily consider getting rid of any other device (camera, phone, etc)
With the plentiful RAM and Processor I never experience lag or crashes.
The camera is very nice, and resolution is great.
The zoom function is awesome too, really feels like a camera.
Good battery life, and though it's only 16GB any 64GB micro SD will solve that.
FOR ANYBODY WHO HAD THE PREVIOUS VERSION OF THIS PHONE:
It runs much smoother. Has more RAM and a better processor.
Much greater app compatibility and no lag/crash issues.
Phone feels more like a phone than a camera, unlike the previous version which was completely designed like a digital camera.
I was disappointed that the tripod hole is gone... that was a noce feature.
Also instead of turning the outside of the lense to control optical zoom you pinch zoom. This is actually a disadvantage because its a little less precise... the camera IS better though.
All in all there are a couple things I miss about the S4 Zoom but the Zoom K is superior in almost every way. Definitely worth the upgrade.
On Battery Life: I can see truth in a lower battery life but there doesn't seem to be much of an issue when I keep the brightness low. I also bought the Anker® 2nd Gen Astro Mini portable charger for $13.00 and that gives it a full extra charge on the go.
Pictures: There are guaranteed better quality devices out there camera wise, but the convenience in only carrying my phone and not both the phone and a camera is worth the trade. Camera phone wise--- my instagramage has become more than legit!
Price: Electronic purchases on Amazon make me nervous, but after the first four months I have no gripes on quality. Price is much more bearable online than in store.
I use this phone around Europe with a Vodafone mini sim card. I had a larger sim card to start, but the Vodafone store cut it smaller in thirty seconds with their fancy card punch.
Couldn't be happier :)