Experience has shown on a number of occasions, that it is quite common to see a new smartphone besieged with a few teething problems. Sometimes, you get lucky and the problem is widespread and minor, so the solution is quickly known or the manufacturer fixes it right away—but this is not always the case. The problem may be serious and persistent, recurring even after phone repairs.
Last year in Melbourne, telecoms giant, Samsung unrolled its latest flagship line: the Galaxy S5. Designed to be powerful and professional, it is feature-packed as ever, so it has a lot to offer. While it has received its fair share of accolades, it is not without its share of consumer complaints and problems either. Here are the three most common Samsung Galaxy S5 problems and some potential solutions on how to fix them.