Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung may release Galaxy S5 at a lower price than the S4

Rumors abound just ahead of MWC, and the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S5 owns a lions’ share of them. Screen size, specs, and special features all get the wink-and-nudge treatment, but a new report may give us something a bit more impactful to consider. If you’ve stayed away from upgrading a new phone based on pricing, you might not have to with the S5.

Samsung unveils new LED modules for future “advanced mobile devices”

Samsung has already announced the Unpacked 5 event. While Samsung hasn't confirmed the Galaxy S5 would be unveiled during the event, we are expecting to see the handset. Similar to not using the Galaxy S5 name in connection with Unpacked 5, Samsung has unveiled a series of new LED modules with mention of how they will be appearing in future "advanced mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets."

Galaxy S5 ‘confirmed’ with fingerprint scanner on home button

If you were anticipating a fingerprint sensor for the Galaxy S5, you might be in luck. The inclusion of a fingerprint sensor has reportedly been ‘confirmed’, with the sensor finding a home on the front of the device. Though a similar application than some other Android devices, the Samsung method for fingerprint utility is pretty interesting and unique.

Samsung Galaxy S5 render released, looks squared and modern

Though we’re expecting to see the Galaxy S5 unveiled at Samsung’s event at MWC, new info may hint at just what we’ll be looking at. A rendered image from a trusted source hints at a slightly tweaked hardware design, which could make the S5 a bit more modern. Then again, it looks a lot like another handset we're fond of.

Samsung Unpacked 5 event tipped low-key by industry insider

Samsung put on quite a show when they announced the Galaxy S4 last year. That event took place at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Perhaps key though, the Galaxy S4 unveil appeared to be more show than product announcement. With that said, there appears to be some good news for those who suffered through that event.