Mar 27 2014, 12:36am CDT | by Associated Press
South Korea's telecommunications regulator put two other mobile carriers on suspension from this month while SK Telecom must halt selling new phones starting April 5, a week before the Galaxy S5's global launch.
Mobile carriers already have the S5 in stock as Samsung provided them for marketing activities and to fulfil pre-orders on the launch date.
The world's largest smartphone maker refrained from packing too many new features into the phone, saying the S5 will go back to basics. But the S5 comes with tweaks that are intended to appeal to fitness fans, such as a built-in heart rate monitor, pedometer and fitness tracker.
SK Telecom said the S5 is available for 866,800 won ($808) without two-year contract.
Source: AP Business
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