I decided to try out the S5 today which was just put on display at my local AT&T store. I've never had a Samsung phone and was thinking of switching from my LG now that the S5 just came out. However, I noticed something in both the S5 and the S4 that would definitely keep me from pulling the trigger. I am in the minority of users who prefers the 3x4 "phone" keypad w/ predictive text over QWERTY. I find for 1-handed texters like myself, the 3x4 setup is far better and faster than QWERTY. Anyways, on my LG (and all my previous smartphones) when you open up the web browser and want to type a URL into the address bar, the phone automatically turns off predictive text. This makes sense, since you can't really enter a URL address when the predictive text is on. However, on the S4 and S5, it KEEPS the predictive text on, and I cannot find a nearby button that toggles it on and off. In other words, it's completely impossible to simply enter a website address unless I manually go into settings and turn predictive text off! Unless I am just missing something, this would seem to be not only a huge and annoying inconvenience, but also a gigantic oversight by Samsung that I'm surprised no one has noticed in the S4. Again, if someone can correct me if I am wrong, I would love that because I really want the phone otherwise. Thanks in advance!!!