Samsung is a company that always concentrates on upping the technical specs of their phone, and as far as their flagship phone is concerned, the company has never disappointed, at least in the hardware front. If you think that the Galaxy S3 is powerful, then the Galaxy S4 is “more powerful”, and now rumors have already started to leak related to the Korean company’s next flagship smartphone – the Galaxy S5.
The Galaxy S4 is now only a couple of months old and like always, rumors have started to appear of the Samsung Galaxy S5. So let’s do a roundup of the Galaxy S5 release date, tech specs and price. Of course, at this moment, the information available is very scarce and faint.
Samsung Galaxy S5 Specs
Like we’ve seen, the Galaxy S4 has already taken the game to a whole new level with an octa core processor, and things are going to be pretty hot with the S5 too.
The Galaxy S5 is rumored to come with a 3GB of RAM, as the 2GB has already become the standard as of now. It is said that the company has already started mass production of the first low-power 3GB DDR3 RAM chips for mobile devices. If this is true, then we can expect the same 3GB chip in the S5 too.
A Samsung spokesman said “Samsung’s new ultra-slim memory solutions will enable thinner smartphone designs and allow for additional battery space, while offering a data transfer speed of up to 2,133 megabits per second (Mbps) per pin.”
The phone will run the latest version of the Android operating system, but exactly which version is hard to tell right now.
Samsung Galaxy S5 Release Date
At the moment, Samsung has not given any clear indication about the release date of the Galaxy S5. But still, it’s not hard to guess the release date by looking at the past tradition.
If Samsung continues with the tradition, then we can expect the Galaxy S5 to be released in April or May 2014.
Since there’s some time to the release of the phone, we can expect many more rumors, leaked images, videos and concepts before that.
Samsung Galaxy S5 Price
The Galaxy S5 is said to be pricier compared to its predecessor – the Galaxy S4. The reason can be the metal body design instead of the plastic that Samsung has used until now. The new materials used in the construction can give the device a premium look as well as make the price of the phone go high.
We’ll keep on posting everything about the Galaxy S5, just stay tuned!