SGS5LetsMWCThe big announcement for the next big thing happened yesterday here on the ground in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress. That’s when Samsung revealed their latest installment in the Galaxy S series of Android powered smartphones. In keeping with tradition, Samsung brought about improvements to their flagship, higher end Android device.

While the smartphone world seems to be taking a turn for more mid-range smartphones, Samsung included, they are not sacrificing when it comes to their Galaxy S brand.

The Galaxy S 5 offers a stunningly clear, 5.1 inch HD screen bringing movies, games and entertainment to life and delivers the ultimate viewing experience. The Galaxy S 5 also offers brilliant camera features that are intuitive, delivering point and shoot perfection. Running on America’s Fastest 4G LTE network and equipped with Download Booster, which combines Wi-Fi and T-Mobile’s 4G LTE connection for downloading large files, the Galaxy S 5 gives you fast, easy access to videos, photos and content. The Galaxy S 5 also offers S Health™ which enables consumers to access health info, track and map workouts and make and track healthier eating choices right on the device.

The Samsung Galaxy S 5 will work seamlessly with their just announced Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches despite the fact that the watches themselves now run on the Tizen OS vs Android.

T-Mobile has announced that they, along with their prepaid subsidiary MetroPCS, will both offer the Samsung Galaxy S 5. We can expect details on pricing and availability in the coming weeks. However, keeping with Samsung’s tradition it shouldn’t be too much later in the early spring that the Galaxy S 5 starts to show up in stores.

T-Mobile customers can sign up for Galaxy S 5 updates by clicking here.

MetroPCS customers can sign up for Galaxy S 5 updates by clicking here.