Samsung’s Vice President and Head of Design Strategy, Dong-hoon Chang revealed in a New Year’s party in Seoul about what to expect of the newest Samsung Galaxy S5.
He said that the exterior of the device will play on “new materials” like metal and flexible plastic. The S5 is also set to carry a 200 pixel display in a 64 bit processor. In addition, the S5 is believed to showcase a 16 mega pixel camera, equipped with a RAM of 4 GB and might still operate on Android Kitkat 4.4. Some specifications aren’t clear yet because some of them might belong to another rumored handset from the company called Samsung Galaxy F. The latter is said to be produced in quite a limited number and believed to be the premium version of the Galaxy S5 since it will have the QHD display as well as Samsung’s rumored processor, the Exynos S.
Samsung’s Vice President seemingly gave a nod of introducing their newest handset in the Mobile World Congress sometime in February of this year instead of holding a special launch for their newest mobile unit. This maybe up for grabs sooner than we expected so we better watch out for the newest Samsung application to rock the technology arena.