Samsung Galaxy S5 comes in two versions – launching March / April?

Posted on Nov 28 2013 - 6:44am by Huzoor Bux
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There is no day goes by without news about the Samsung Galaxy S5 , and although an exact launch date is still not known seems only the intensity of the messages almost to suggest that it is not going to last too long. more Okay, maybe that’s  wishful thinking,  but news from South Korea itself seems to point that way.

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According to the influential Korean publication ETNews producing the Galaxy S5 will in January modestly get underway, and Samsung’s machinery from February only really comes on steam. In other words, from March or by April Samsung may already have enough devices to support a global launch. This is at least a month – with an optimistic view even two months – earlier than previous years.

All in all, it seems that previous rumors of an unveiling in January rather too hasty walked, but it may well be that we are at least not until the end of April – the release of the Galaxy S4 this year – have to wait for the new Galaxy.

And then there’s this: according to the same source are there two versions of the Galaxy S5. One premium version, with metal housing and a flexible AMOLED display, and a version with a normal ‘flat’ screen and a plastic body.

This last story is very familiar to us: did the Galaxy Note 3 at the time not many variations on a scale from ‘entry level’ to ‘super deluxe’? Those rumors have been long and wide overtaken by reality – hence the reason for digging out the salt shaker. The opportunity is just significant that here – for various testing devices is that eventually come together in a coherent unit – as often.

And if the screen are curved or not, or is flexible, and the aluminum housing and polycarbonate, the rest of the specifications do not lie. A next-generation processor – 64 bit Exynos or Snapdragon 805 – and a new type of 16-megapixel camera, not to mention a possible screen resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels, and at least three gigabytes of memory: the expectations of the Galaxy S5 are high.