[QUOTE=Dee;2741353]I didn’t actually win the first prize.
First prize was an iPhone 6 with unlimited minutes, unlimited text, and 2GB of data.
Second prize was the Samsung S5.
Third prize was a pair of Bluetooth speakers.
I carry the phone in my bag, so I’ve got a nice leather flip case.
I’ve pretty much got used to the TouchWiz interface already, and it has some very nice features.
The sms app is light years ahead of the standard Nexus sms app, although I was using a third party solution for that anyway.
Now, I loved the screen on the Nexus 4, and I believe the screen on the Nexus 5 is even better, but, the Super AMOLED screen on the Samsung S5 just takes your breath away. It’s fantastic.
I have also noticed that battery life is excellent.
As already mentioned, removing the apps I don’t want seems impossible, but that isn’t a big issue as I simply wont use them.
Network coverage here is pretty good, with the exception of Vodafone, but only o2 has 4G here, which I didn’t know until I got the S5.
@Sean, you were correct about the ‘speedtest’ eating data. It used around 110MB to run the test.
The next thing I want to do is add a SD Card. The S5 can take up to a 128GB SD card. I think a 64GB card will be more than enough.
[B]Can anyone suggest a good SD Card for my S5[/B]?[/QUOTE]
Samsung makes a 64 gb card just for that phone, http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Class-Adapter-MB-MG64DA-AM/dp/B00IVPU88U/ref=pd_cp_pc_1 Read some of the reviews on this card.