Finally A new report from South Korea says that Samsung is already working on its next generation of mobile devices including the Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone and the Galaxy Gear 2 smartwatch.
According to ETNews, the Galaxy S5 will hit production lines in January 2014, up to three months earlier than expected, and launch in March or April – again, earlier than expected. This isn’t the first time we hear that Samsung may be interested in launching the next Galaxy S model faster than anticipated, in order to make up for slower Galaxy S4 sales.
The company will reportedly make up to 1 million Galaxy S5 units in January and up to 6 million in February.
The Galaxy S5 will reportedly come in two different versions, a premium metal model with a flexible OLED display and a plastic model that would feature a non-flexible screen. A recent Galaxy S5 concept suggested that the phone may feature a flexible display.
Other rumored specs for the Galaxy S5 smartphone include a 5-inch OLED display, 64-bit Exynos / Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 3GB o RAM, 16-megapixel camera, 4000mAh battery and Android 4.4 KitKat most likely with TouchWiz on top.
The same publication says that the second-generation Galaxy Gear model will be launched at the same time with the new Galaxy S5. The new smartwatch will reportedly be 15% to 20% thinner than its predecessor, although other details about the device have not been mentioned.
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