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Monday, 13 January 2014

Samsung Galaxy S5 will have both the plastic and metallic body, a question or a statement?

The world's hot favourite these days is the Sammy's next market giant, the Samsung Galaxy S5, which is said to have both the plastic and metallic versions when it'll be launched globally.But how far it is true?

It is said by an unnamed insider that adds in some interesting details.The metallic version will have a clean mark up of €150 besides that of plastic model which will be be carrying a €650 pricing tag.

Just like the differences in the body structure, there will be two versions of it.The Galaxy S5 will be the first to be having the Snapdragon 805 chipset.Besides the structural discrimination, the second is, of course, to have the Samsung made chipset Exynos, that specifically said to be Exynos 6.A true assembly manufactured chipset of octa-core SoC that will support the ARMv6 64-bit standard.

There'll be some conflicts that to which device the two different chipsets will be mould.It may fit the Exynos 6 chipset to the premium metal version, that automatically will make space for the Snapdragon 805 to go with the plastic version.Surprisingly, the device will not have LTE support, as rumored.

Talking about the body, the device will have a 5.25" display and will have the resolution of 2560x1440 QHD but will still use AMOLED rather than Sharp LCD.Along with this, it'll have a 16MP shooter, whether or not, with image stabilizing support.Of course, it will have Android KitKat 4.4.

As was detailed earlier, the device will be announced in MWC and will be launched in March.

The rumor further adds to have Galaxy S5 mini to be launched in June along with the Zoom successor, which will be called as Galaxy S5 Zoom which will be launched in May.The phone or camera will comprise of a 4.8" display with qHD resolution.

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