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Galaxy S5 Benchmark Reveals 2K Display

Galaxy S5 Dec 13,2013 3 Comments

Rumors around the 5th edition of Samsung Galaxy S series have been floating in the air for quite some time. And this time more new information has been disclosed on the internet. The recent speculations are not just limited to the device’s inbuilt features, it also includes the handset’s external hardware.

While, according to a recent report, GFX benchmark listing disclosed a SM-G900S code named device which is speculated to be Samsung Galaxy S5. The leak also revealed that the device will be packed with a Snapdragon 800 chipset ticked at 2.4 GHz, which is in complete contradiction to the earlier released rumors which suggested that the popular smartphone making company’s forthcoming Galaxy S5 is likely to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805. The listing however does not reveal any more information.

According to a popular Japanese website, ODM Catcher Technology, Ju Teng and BYD will be responsible for Samsung’s upcoming smartphone for about 10 to 30 million metallic shells. Based on the recent conjectures this new inevitable smartphone appears to be none other than Galaxy S5.

samsung galaxy s5 photo

These new disclosures fit perfectly with the previously leaked metallic frames which were said to be designed for the long-awaited Samsung smartphone.

The world’s most popular smartphone making company, Samsung, has decided to manufacture the upcoming smartphone is rumored to have a 5 or 5.2 inch display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 popular as 2K. Having said so, the density appears to be of over 560 pixels per inch.

The imminent handset will feature an amazing 16 mega pixel camera which is likely to come with ISOCELL technology. However, the camera will not have optical image stabilization.

Solely based on speculations on the internet, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is likely to make its debut in the first month next year. However, the likeliness of the device making a launch with a Snapdragon 800, is highly doubtful as the smartphone may be released only in 2014.

PLS LCD instead of AMOLED?

In other rumors, Samsung will incorporate PLS LCD display in Galaxy S5 instead of AMOLED, which was used in all its predecessors. This technology will reduce the production cost upto 20%. According to the experts, LCD display will help Samsung to use metal body and LCD also performs better than AMOLED. So, we might see LCD display in Galaxy S5 this time.

Bigger Battery Unit

More reports suggest Samsung will increase the battery size to support the top notch specs of the phone. Samsung has increased the battery size each time with the launch of new phone in Galaxy S series, so it won’t be a  surprise if they increase it further. We hope that the phone will last for couple of days in normal usage without charging. Let’s see.

So what will Samsung offer with the new smartphone. A mid-2013 Snapdragon 800 chip, with a 5 inch display screen. 16 mega pixel camera and a screen resolution of about 2560 x 1440. With about 3 GB RAM storage, the device will come along with a 4000 mAh battery. The smartphone will be operated by Android’s latest version 4.4, popular as KitKat.

It is undeniable that the Samsung fans across the globe had slightly higher expectations from the South Korean multinational company. However, these features are mere speculations.

No official announcement, what so ever, has been made by Samsung Electronics about its new smartphone. One can only wait to find out what the company will offer to its customers this time round.

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3 Responses to "Galaxy S5 Benchmark Reveals 2K Display"

  1. I never buy if galaxy s5 wont have optical image stabilization and 4 GB RAM storage.

    Birkan Bilen

  2. Not having optical image stabilization would make me wait for the next one…..

  3. I hope to see 64GB of internal storage as standard on all Samsung high-end devices. 128GB is even better. External microSD cannot compensate for low internal storage as applications+data cannot be installed on external microSD. Also, internal storage supports files larger than 4GB like movies & torrents whereas external cannot.
    I also hope they use dual stereo speakers in front of the device like what HTC one has.

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