The entire indicators counsel that Samsung will introduce the Galaxy S5 later this month on the Unpacked 5 adventure held via the Korean cellphone maker in Barcelona on February twenty fourth. Although the stories that made the headlines over the last few months have painted a virtually full picture of Sammy’s extremely-predicted smartphone, we needed to examine extra about it, so managed to get involved with an individual conversant in the topic who printed for us that the plastic Galaxy S5 edition will characteristic a gentle-contact again lid.
Early studies prompt that Samsung may launch the Galaxy S5 in two physique variations: a top rate one with steel casing and a more cost effective adaptation with plastic physique. In step with a Samsung insider who wished to stay unnamed, the more cost-effective Galaxy S5 will characteristic a tender-contact plastic again. “It’s a paying homage to the rubberized again lid BlackBerry used for the Z10 remaining yr,” he delivered.
Our supply additionally validated for us that the plastic Galaxy S5 edition will game a full HD show, which could be an reason behind the 1080p Galaxy S5 variant that used to be spotted in AnTuTu benchmarks a few days ago and for NY Times’ report which indicated that the Galaxy S4 practice-up would % a 1080p display.
As a refresher, the rumor mill speculates the Galaxy S5 will arrive with 5.25-inch show, octo-core Exynos 6 / quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, three GB of RAM, sixteen MP rear-dealing with digital camera, 2 MP person going through digicam, and fingerprint sensor. As factor stand, the one variations between the top class and the extra-reasonably priced Galaxy S5 versions will be the supplies used for the physique and the reveal decision (2560 x 1440 for the top rate version and 1920 x 1080 for the more cost-effective adaptation).
The Samsung insider additionally talked about that “a huge shock is ready for you at Unpacked 5,” with out giving any longer important points about it. Our wager is that he may well be speaking concerning the Galaxy Tools successor.