The buzz around release of the Samsung Galaxy S5 is getting thicker. We sniffed
news some time back that the Korean giants are set to unleash tow variants of the S5-one in metal and the other in plastic.
However, latest buzz reveals that Samsung has set eyes on coating its S5 in polycarbonate. With the Antutu benchmark leaking newer specs such as finger print scanner, we take renewed interest in the model now.
More so, we hear that Galaxy s5 could lace up the scanner on lines of the one we saw on Apple iPhone 5S. We did smell some HTC One Max inspiration too.
Is Samsung doling out the S5 as an answer to its insecurities?
Samsung Galaxy S5 and Note 4 are speculated to release soon. The buzz is that Samsung will launch both the phones at MWC in February.
Though the Korean giant has not made any official announcement regarding the release of the phones, it is rumored that both the devices will come with enhanced air view features and Synaptics technology.
Tech analysts predict that Note 4 will come with improved S-Pen features and users will get to experience new features in the TSP of Note 4 as well as S5. Samsung has tied with Synaptics, one of the leading touch chip makers and it is expected that both the phones will come with improved hovering detection capabilities and better passive pen writing functions.
The reports suggest that to attract the consumers Samsung wants to provide better hovering and Air View features to its customers. Better hovering solutions will solve the recognition issues faced in close touchscreen ranges.
Even Air View functions and Air Gesture controls are being worked upon. Apparently, Samsung plans to better these features not only in upcoming models but also in Galaxy S4 and Note 3.
Note 4 and S5 may also be priced lesser than its predecessors as the manufacturing cost is being reduced. IBTimes.com.au reported, “The new product will provide a variety of additional functions. However, its manufacturing cost will be lowered so as to decrease the burden on customers,” according to a Synaptics insider. The device usability and consumer convenience have been enhanced for this product.”
Samsung Galaxy S5 is touted to have some of the best features in comparison to its rivals iPhone 5S and Nokia Lumia line up. As the release date of successor of Samsung Galaxy S4 approaches close, more and more speculations about the phone emerge.
According to recent reports by GottaBeMobile.com, Samsung Galaxy S5 will have the most powerful camera, a smartphone has ever seen. “Samsung is to merge its camera and imaging divisions, the purpose of which, is for future Galaxy devices to showcase game-changing camera capabilities.
“These exciting improvements should start showing up on high-end Galaxy smartphones in 2014, with the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 as the initial recipients. It is also understood that the powerful features will be extended to Galaxy tablets” GBM reported.
It has also been reported that Galaxy S5 will release in the first quarter of 2014, sometime in mid April. A claim came from South Korea that mass production of the device has started and the design including the features of the handset has been finalized.
The buzz is that Samsung Galaxy S5 will be slimmer then its counterpart and will have the best design Samsung has ever offered.
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Well there is good news for Samsung fans again. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is set to pack its bag for arrival soon. In addition, this news has gone viral as if there were no other gadget to look forward to in 2014.
In fact, the Asian giant has chosen to bring in further joy by promising a price slash in 2014. Yes! And — on all its flagship items!
The further wow feature of the Samsung Galaxy S5 comes with a PLS LCD panel.
If this becomes true, viewing images and using the Galaxy S5 will be an experience we had never had before.
This dismisses our expectation of an AMOLED display on the Galaxy S5.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 seems to be the inspiration for this PSL move on part of the makers.
However, in the garb of a smartphone—it is an exclusively new offering in the making.
Rich colors and lesser battery drain are two benefits that the PSL LCD could pump into our Galaxy S5 experience.