From Samsung.com, add the phone
to your cart, go to your cart, click 'guest checkout', scroll down past the developer information to the first checkbox, it reads:
"I understand and acknowledge that the device I am about to order is intended for software developers and is not intended for general consumer use. I hereby agree that this device will be covered by warranty for 30 days or until I change the original software on the device, whichever period is shorter. Thereafter, service for the device will be provided for a charge."
I had to check that box to place my order.
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Samsung has acknowledged the camera problems though, so they might be willing to swap the device out after the 30 day period/software change if a camera issue does pop up.
"Samsung has now confirmed that it's aware of the reports and is actively trying to assist impacted customers. In a statement, a company spokesperson told The Verge, "We have learned that a limited number of Galaxy S5 devices may have an issue that causes 'Camera Failure' pop-up error message." S5 owners with a busted camera are asked to call 1-888-987-4357 to arrange an exchange under Samsung's warranty, or they can visit their respective carrier for a swap."