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Samsung, Sony and HTC has officially presented its latest generation of innovative smartphones that after a few weeks you will be confronted directly in the market and this is an event we expect quite some time. All three devices feature a sleek design, powerful processors, impressive displays, amazing cameras and will surely be the most popular models with Android OS on the market in 2014 . All of these specifications, however, affect the battery life and this is a key factor in the final decision of consumers.

Now we are able to give a detailed test of the Galaxy S5 and their data reveal that the smartphone provides 21 hours of talk time on 3G networks, which is about an hour more compared to HTC One (M8). However, an advantage of the new model Samsung lags behind LG G2, which recognizes an impressive 25 hours.

Galaxy S5 battery has a capacity of 2800mAh and can last up to 9 and a half hours of surfing the Wi-Fi networks, which is 30 min higher value of One (M8). HTC have used their own decisions in their new smartphone to extend the operating time as he has a 200mAh battery with less capacity than its competitor.

Flagship two companies demonstrated identical results in terms of multimedia and can play video for 11 hours on a single charge. We note also that the Korean company offers many additional software features that improve life in different situations. Despite many innovations brighter screen and more powerful processor than Samsung have tried to not allow any compromise with battery Galaxy S5.

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