Finally, our last Galaxy S5 prediction revolves around Google’s brand new Google Edition program wherein it offers popular devices on its Google Play Store. The Galaxy S4, for example, is available on the Google Play Store with stock Android. It’s expensive but it’s an option for those that aren’t handy with customizing their software and have money to burn.
Google has not slowed down with the program either. It recently released the Moto G Google Play Edition. So, we don’t see Google stopping in 2014. We wouldn’t be surprised if Google latched onto the Galaxy S, one of the most popular smartphones in the world, and once again offered a Google Play Edition for those in the United States.