Ten hid­den Galaxy S5 fea­tures

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1. The samm­sung galaxy s5 was an­nounced this year While it doesn’t come with a sty­lus, the Galaxy S5 sup­ports pen­cil in­put, al­low­ing users to write on it with a pen­cil. To en­able the fea­ture, users will have to go to Dis­play set­tings and in­crease the touch sen­si­tiv­ity of the dis­play – al­ter­na­tively they can pull down the sta­tus bar and se­lect “Touch sen­si­tiv­ity” from there.

2. The Galaxy S5 will also sug­gest mu­sic playlists with a sim­ple tilt. Users will have to tilt the Galaxy S5 hor­i­zon­tally into land­scape mode while lis­ten­ing to a song, at which point the Galaxy S5 will sug­gest additional tracks based on that song.

3. With “Tool­box,” Galaxy S5 users will be able to book­mark fa­vorite apps. Tool­box is ac­tu­ally a small wid­get that “opens and closes like a mini-folder or ap­p­drawer,” and which can be placed any­where on the screen.

4. Pri­vate Mode will help users pro­tect “se­cret mes­sages, pic­tures and voice­mails” from other people, which is se­cured by a pass­word, PIN num­ber or pat­tern.

5. Kids Mode, a fea­ture the com­pany talked about dur­ing the an­nounce­ment event, will turn the phone into a kid-friendly gad­get with a “cute UX de­sign,” which will only of­fer cer­tain par­ent-con­trolled con­tent.

6. The cam­era app of the Galaxy S5 can be ac­cessed di­rectly from the lock screen af­ter sim­ply set­ting it up in Set­tings and then Lock Screen.

7. Speak­ing of the Cam­era app, Sam­sung has new cam­era fea­tures for the Galaxy S5 in­clud­ing Vir­tual Tour, a panoramic-like photo mode that al­lows users to take pic­tures as if they were giv­ing a tour, and Shot and More, which lets users ap­ply sev­eral ef­fects to their pic­tures af­ter tak­ing them.

8. The com­pany has also tweaked its mes­sag­ing app, adding Pri­or­ity Senders in the app. Af­ter set­ting con­tacts as Pri­or­ity Senders, they will ap­pear in a Face­book Chat­head­s­like fash­ion on top of the app, al­low­ing users to quickly con­tact them.

9. A new Check Caller In­for­ma­tion fea­ture shows de­tails about the con­tact a user is talk­ing on the phone with dur­ing the phone call.

10. Fi­nally, a Call No­ti­fi­ca­tion Pop-ups fea­ture will let users talk on the phone while do­ing some­thing else in an app.

(Culled from bgr.com … fol­low @sinach360 and @Dai­ly_ Trust) Part time is not the an­swer but UNI­CAM­ERAL of two rep­re­sen­ta­tives per state, then grad­u­ally re­duc­ing our 36 state to 6 re­gions or states with no more than 20 lo­cal govern­ment ar­eas in each of the 6 re­gion/states and the qual­i­fi­ca­tion for any of the post should be dou­ble de­gree hon­our in any dis­ci­pline and civil law so that can­di­dates would be fully ed­u­cated about leg­is­la­tion in re­la­tion to so­ci­ety. NO!!! be­cause it is not Nigeria’s prob­lem. We should tackle cor­rup­tion and old ca­reer politi­cians should be in the back­ground and not in the fore­front of Nige­rian pol­i­tics. When this is done Nigeria will move for­ward. A big yes, be­cause of the fol­low­ing rea­sons. First, it will re­duce govern­ment ex­penses, sec­ondly the po­lit­i­cal sys­tem will be less com­pet­i­tive, thirdly cost of liv­ing in Abuja will come down. Yes, it will help to make pol­i­tics unattrac­tive and re­duce cor­rup­tion in the sys­tem. Yes!!! It is the way for­ward to dis­abuse Nige­ri­ans mind from mak­ing pol­i­tics a do or die af­fair.

Us­man Umar Yari

Nelly Nel­son

Ali Sunny

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