The Galaxy S5 was unveiled by Samsung at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February and is listed by the company as its most business-friendly smartphone to date.
On paper there is a lot to back up Samsung's claim, with the Korean firm loading the Galaxy S5 with a custom fingerprint scanner and offering its Knox security service pre-installed.
The fingerprint scanner offers similar services to the TouchID sensor found on the Apple iPhone. The feature lets users set the Galaxy S5 to only unlock after the user has proven their identity using the fingerprint scanner.
Knox is a custom service based on the US National Security Agency's Security Enhanced Linux technology that is designed to offer IT managers a variety of management and security powers.
At its heart, Knox lets users set up a separate work area on the phone. The work areas is password protected and encrypts any data stored on it, ensuring it should remain safe if the Galaxy S5 is lost or stolen.
The Galaxy S5 also features radically upgraded internal components compared to its predecessor the Galaxy S4. Key additions include the Galaxy S5's quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor and 16MP rear camera.
For an indepth look at the Samsung Galaxy S5 and all its features, check out V3's full written review.