It has been rumored a few times now that Samsung has made up its mind to release Galaxy S5 earlier than originally planned. It was said that the Korean manufacturer has made this decision because Galaxy S4 has not met its internal sales targets. While Samsung is yet to officially confirm anything about its flagship smartphone plans for 2014, famed technology reporter Eldar Murtazin claims that rumors of Galaxy S5 releasing in Q1, 2014 are false. According to him, next year’s flagship Galaxy smartphone will be released in April.
Murtazin’s timeline falls within the timeframe Samsung was initially believed to release Galaxy S5 in. He also says that the company is currently working on the premium smartphone we keep hearing about, but it hasn’t shown the device to its carrier partners as yet. It can’t be said for sure right now when that particular smartphone is going to be released. As per recent rumors, the Galaxy S5 might have a 64-bit Exynos processor, 5 inch flexible 2K display, a 20 megapixel camera, an eye scanner as well as a body fashioned out of metal. While Murtazin dashes hopes of an early Galaxy S5 release, he does say that the Galaxy Note 4 might release earlier than expected, in 2014. Since no official confirmation has come in from Samsung as yet, its best to take these predictions with a grain of salt.
Money can buy you plenty of things, but there are several other items that money cannot buy. For instance, money can buy you a house, but it can never purchase a home for you. Will money buy happiness? Not really, but it is more than capable of buying up luxury for sure. Peace of mind is another unquantifiable benefit that most of us would like to have, and this time around, money could purchase you an illusion of that thanks to AT&T’s EverThere.
Basically, the EverThere device is smart enough to detect a fall, so much so that when something like that happens, it will hook up to a trained care center in order to summon help. The AT&T EverThere is a small wearable device, identifying the location of a fall in a jiffy. It is a simple and mobile personal emergency response system (PERS), where it is a snap to setup and comes with a rechargeable battery. The device itself happens to be hands-free, where you will be able to enjoy two-way voice communication with the call center so that fast and prompt assistance will be dispatched. Other than that, EverThere also boasts of GPS location service so that first responders know just where a fall has happened. Those who are interested can pick up the AT&T EverThere for $99.99 with an 11-month contract, which will be accompanied by a monthly service charge of $29.99. Alternatively, you can pay $199.99 upfront and ditch the annual contract, while the monthly service charge of $29.99 remains, albeit sans any cancellation fee. [Press Release]