Samsung released the Galaxy S4 earlier this year in an over-the-top launch event held in the US. It is after all the flagship phone for the Korean giant and is suppose to remain one for at least 12 months. Though we’re still a few months away from its first anniversary, we’re already seeing rumours coming in about its successor; the Galaxy S5. In fact, according to a report from Korea, the home country of Samsung, we can expect to see Galaxy S5 released as early as February or March next year.
According to this source, Galaxy S5 will come in two versions. The higher end version will be made out of metal and will have a flexible AMOLED screen. This is the same kind of screen we saw on the Galaxy Round. The cheaper version of Galaxy S5 will come in an all plastic body with a non-flexible display.
The shared specs of the versions will include a 5-inch screen with unknown resolution, an Exynos 64-bit octa-core CPU, 3GB RAM and a 16MP camera. The phone will also pack in a huge 4000mAh battery and will run Android 4.4 KitKat.
Mass production of Galaxy S5 will start in January and will hit full speed in March.