Samsung Galaxy S5 features may end up disappointing buyers despite being one of the most anticipated launches next year.
The main thing that may disappoint the consumers is that the much awaited features like 64-bit processor, Android 4.4 KitKat and fingerprint sensor may not be included in the list of most probable Samsung Galaxy S5. There are still issues in the production of such features and may arrive to the Galaxy Note 4 instead the Galaxy S5.
One of the most probable features that will be coming to the Samsung Galaxy S5 is a larger screen display. Unlike Apple, it seems that Samsung has no problem increasing the size of the screen display in its devices.
The current Samsung Galaxy S4 sports a 5-inch Super AMOLED screen display. Its successor may pack a larger screen display. If not, it may come with a wraparound screen. Concept Phones published a Samsung Galaxy S5 concept that features a wraparound YOUM screen display. It is stated that it will sport a 5.3 inches flexible, OLED screen. The Galaxy S5 concept is courtesy of Rahul Sharma.
Another feature that is most likely to arrive in Samsung Galaxy S5 is better rear camera. Rumours claimed that Galaxy S5 will include a 20.7 megapixels back camera, which is a big jump from current the 13 megapixels spec of Galaxy S4. However, let us not discard the possibility of Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom like its predecessor.
Lastly, longer battery life may also be on its way to the Samsung Galaxy S5. Based on the patterns from previous Galaxy releases, Samsung consistently increased its smartphones' battery life. This is important, especially if Samsung will surely pack high end specs like better processor and improved screen display.
Samsung Galaxy S5 release date is expected to happen on March 2014 will be available for purchase the following month.
Other reports claimed that Samsung Galaxy S5 release date is at the Mobile World Congress event 2014 happening on Feb. 24 to 27. But it is most likely that Samsung will hold its separate launch event.
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