Tagged: Samsung Galaxy S5
HTC One, we fell in love with metal devices. Sleek, modern, and easily mass produced, the unibody design had many wondering just who would step up and bring another metal device to Android. As it turns out, it just might be Samsung.
accompanying report is correct, what we’re looking at is the frame for the Samsung Galaxy S5. While that’s not necessarily a big deal — it’s just a frame, not the finished product — it does signify a departure for Samsung. A metal frame would be a big change front he way Samsung has traditionally built devices.
the follow-up Galaxy S4 continues to sell well, it didn’t quite meet expectations for Samsung. The Korean handset manufacturer sold the most devices last quarter, but they may be re-focussing their efforts in 2014.
reportedly ready to start production on a 64-bit chipset, which many believe to be for the next Galaxy S device. In a conference call, the head of Samsung’s System LSI division said they were ready to start production soon, and that he chips would allow for a large amount of RAM, and be ready next year.
Galaxy S4 launched to high acclaim, but reports of slow sales have dogged the handset since. While new of initial sales reaching 10 million in one month were impressive, the ever-so-suspect “insiders” note that shipments since then have slumped. One report said Samsung was accelerating their Galaxy S5 efforts in response to those slow sales.
rumored to launch in January. While we don’t have much to go on, rumors regarding the device have been leaking since the S4 came out this summer. Now, we’re hearing the camera may get a slight update.
Apple's shiny new 64-bit mobile processor has got everyone talking for or against it and even long-time rival Samsung is apparently ready to jump into the wagon. This latest rumor reveals that the company will be showcasing a 64-bit processor in its upcoming Galaxy S5 smartphone, but will be putting in a slight twist.
Galaxy S 5 a bit ahead of when it was originally expected. Samsung has kept to a fairly regular announcement pattern for their Galaxy S series, with announcements having come in April, May and June. The talk has Samsung unveiling the Galaxy S 5 in early next year, possibly as soon as January.