You've seen what the Galaxy S5 looks like -- now take a closer look at the smartphone's many, many features. CNET takes you on a guided tour from Mobile World Congress.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 may be a smaller upgrade than the Galaxy S4 was from the S3, but it still follows Samsung's pattern of throwing in almost every software feature it can manage -- including a fingerprint scanner, heart rate monitor, and ultra power-saving battery mode.
Here, you're looking at the lock screen on the phone's 5.1-inch 1080p HD AMOLED display. Colors are bold and bright. From here, you can take a photo (even if you enable a password), check the local weather, and see alerts like missed calls.
Editor's note: This gallery was originally published on February 25, 2014.
The notifications tray is another area that gets a tiny visual redo. In addition to showing important notifications, you can adjust the display brightness, mute the sound, and turn wireless and GPS features off and on again. Two new buttons launch the phone's content finder and help you easily connect to other compatible devices.
And if the fingerprint sensor is too newfangled, you can still opt for a pattern, a PIN, or an alphanumeric password. Even if you do set up a fingerprint scan, you'll have a backup password regardless.
The Galaxy S5's heart rate monitor is another hardware addition, and one that's unique to cell phones. You start the process through the S Health 3.0 app, which also includes a pedometer and exercise tracker.
Samsung made a few important changes to its native camera app. You'll notice new icons pop out in the camera settings, which makes it easy to select the modes you want. You can also add often-used modes as shortcuts.
As always, you can organize your photos in folders and set security options for how the images can be used. Learn even more about the Galaxy S5 camera capabilities in this hands-on, complete with photo tests.