A smartphone without any glitches simply does not exist. Even the best of the best of the best (Men In Black, anyone?) tend to have some pesky, persistent problems or glitches. That being said, the sign of a good smartphone and their Almighty Maker is that steps are quickly taken from their end to resolve any persistent glitches that may surface after continued use, as well as the fact that the problems can be fixed after executing some not-so-difficult troubleshooting moves.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 may look like its predecessor, the S4, but that is where all the similarities end. This time around the South Korean giant has completely reengineered its flagship smartphone with a redesigned interior, plenty of hardware upgrades and an entirely new method of dismantling the phone for replacing a damaged or broken screen.