Samsung Galaxy S5: Finally Some Smartphone Features for Parents!

Rafia Shaikh

Galaxy S5 hidden features for parents:

Samsung Galaxy S5 has yet to hit the stores, but the search for Galaxy S5 hidden features is intense than ever before. You may be waiting for its launch and looking out for features that could help you over other smartphones. The latest screenshots show a features that could help you as a parent!samsung galaxy s5 hidden features

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Leaked recently, this feature is named Baby Crying Detector and lies under the Accessibility options of Settings. This feature will work when you pair Samsung Galaxy S5 with Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch. Once paired, the smartphone turns into a baby monitor! The pair will alert you when Galaxy S5 detects sounds.galaxy s5 hidden features

While this feature will only entice parents, it is quite good to see smartphones trying to cater to different small groups. The features concerning to child health and monitoring, monitoring small kids when they use smartphones, and features for those wanting higher privacy, are some of the software features we have got to learn about Samsung Galaxy S5 so far.

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Galaxy S5's Baby Crying Detector feature is a different one and certainly a value addition for a smart, and small group. Samsung makes parents agree to use the function at your own risk along with giving you other such instructions and other such stuff. But you don't have to worry as this is the normal lingo with many a baby monitors.

Samsung Galaxy S5 was launched this February at Samsung Unpacked 5 event at MWC. The smartphone is expected to be loaded with improved software and offers Private and Kids mode along with a customized TouchWiz UI. Pre orders started from March 28th and the smartphone would start shipping in from April 11th onward.

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