The Samsung Galaxy S5 is not far from being announced, and up until now now we’ve seen several rumors, leaks and reports. The excitement to see Samsung’s next flagship smartphone is natural, and as per rumors, the smartphone will be announced at the Mobile World Congress at the Unpacked 2014 event.

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Galaxy S5 specs revealed by a leaked image

An image of the device’s packaging was leaked online, which confirms the exact technical specs of the Galaxy S5. As expected, the Galaxy S5 will be a high-end smartphone with a powerful tech specs list. Indeed, it is quite interesting to learn about the tech specs of any smartphone or tablet, prior to its official announcement.

As it can be learned from the packaging image below, the Galaxy S5 will be powered by a 2.5GHz Quad core processor, 3GB LPDDR3 RAM, 20MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera. There’s also 4G LTE (as expected), 5.25″ QHD Super AMOLED screen, GPS / GLONASS, universal remote control and a powerful 3,000 battery. The smartphone will be running on Android 4.4 KitKat.

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The specs surely are of the high-end smartphone, but we’ll need to wait for the Unpacked event to officially confirm that these specs are indeed true. Until then, let’s just hope that the Galaxy S5 will ship with these specs. This leaked image confirms previous rumors, which also reported the same powerful specs.

Galaxy S5 will be launched in two different versions

The Samsung Unpacked event will kick off on February 24th, and hopefully this flagship smartphone will be announced during the event. There are rumors which suggest that there would be two versions of the smartphone during launch, one that will be launched in the US, and another, slightly low powerful phone, that will be launched in Europe.

What’s known for certain is that just like the Galaxy S4, the Galaxy S5 will see many different variants with different colors, camera, waterproofing features, and such. Samsung as a company has never feared to release multiple variants of the same smartphone with slightly different features. Expect the same from the Galaxy S5 too.

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