The best smartphone from the beast manufacturer of Android smartphones will be announced on February 24 at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014 at Barcelona but before Samsung throws light on what the Samsung Galaxy S5 would feature, Russian insider and blogger Eldar Murtazin has tweeted out the specs of the device. Though a rumor, these leaked specs are something we have been expecting from the past few months and of course, they do come from a trusted source.
The specs reveal that the Samsung Galaxy S5 would include a 5.24 inch screen with a whopping 2560 x 1440-pixel, Quad HD resolution which would make the Samsung Galaxy S5 world’s first Quad HD resolution device in the western hemisphere of the world.Vivo Xplay 3S is the first one but is available only in China. This will also make Samsung Galaxy S5 the world’s first smartphone to beat the 500 ppi barrier as the leaked specs show that it would have a screen with 560 pixels per inch pixel density.
This high pixel density will be powered with a 3200mAh battery which is strong enough to provide a good battery life compared to the Samsung Galaxy S4 which had a 2600mAh battery.
The device will be available in two variants as far as the storage capacity is concerned. Interestingly, there is no 16 GB variant this time but instead Samsung has planned to release 64 GB and 32 GB variants. There is no information about the expansion of this memory via a SD card slot.
Considering the system chip, there are two variants – Snapdragon and Exynos 6 chip. No information about which Snapdragon chip will be included is available as of now.
Camera as usual is a 16 MP shooter at the back and 3.2 MP in front. Rumors also suggest that a thinner Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch might be launched with the Galaxy S5.
We’ll get to know more as and when we approach Feb 24 to see what Samsung would announce at Samsung Unpacked event.
SGS5 specs. 5.24 inch 2560×1440 560ppi, amoled, 3gb,32/64gb, exynos6 or snapdragon 805, 3.2 front/16mpx main. 3200 mah thats it 😉
— Eldar Murtazin (@eldarmurtazin) February 4, 2014