HTC Claims that Galaxy S5 Owners Will Have ‘Buyer’s Remorse’

We are sure that you have probably seen almost everything there is to see about the new Galaxy S5: rumors, leaked specs, photos and videos followed by an official MWC confirmation. Are you excited of what it has to offer? We practically have a new hardware, but wrapped into a design that remind us so much of its predecessor, all those rumors about a foldable design remaining simple wishes that didn’t come true. So yes, some of you might have a hard time balancing these two aspects and this is exactly what competition has hoped for. Let’s take the example of HTC’s company claiming that Galaxy S5 owners will have ‘Buyer’s Remorse’.

Buyer’s remorse: Coming soon to S5 owners

To be more precise, HTC has just posted the image above that clearly says: “Buyer’s remorse: Coming soon to S5 owners”, also adding the 25th of March date at the bottom which might have been one of the previously rumored release dates of this handset. But now we all know that Samsung Galaxy S5 will only be released in April, so HTC has either jumped into conclusions, either it knows for sure that the pre-orders will really begin in March. Despite of this mysterious date, is there any truth to be found in HTC’s claims?

HTC Claims that Galaxy S5 Owners Will Have ‘Buyer’s Remorse’

HTC Claims that Galaxy S5 Owners Will Have ‘Buyer’s Remorse’

Quick look at Samsung’s Galaxy S5 Specs

We have all seen that Samsung Galaxy S5 is about to come with 5.1-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display with a 1920×1080 resolution (and not a QHD display, as initially rumored), along with a quad-core Snapdragon 801 Soc processor running on Android 4.4 KitKat and the fresh TouchWiz UX. And its 16 MP sensor can actually shoot 4K (UHD) video, not to mention the flap over the micro-USB port that helps make the handset water-resistant.

This message is HTC’s way to poke at Samsung, but what do you really think? Do you agree that Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is not as impressive as initially rumored and HTC is indeed wright?