Samsung phones are in great demand not only in Malaysia but in many other countries. Ever since they started making Android devices, their popularity has shot up to a level that no other Android maker can reach at the moment. However, does it make sense for a phone to be sold at such an expensive price just because it is of a popular brand?
At first, that is what I thought when Samsung announced the price for their Galaxy S5 smartphone. Yes, it has some new and cool features such as heart rate monitor, IP67 certification for water and dust resistant, 16 Megapixel camera with selective focus, biometric fingerprint scanner and many more. However, why do I want to pay for some (or probably most) of the features that I might not use at all? Continue Reading