Samsung has simply launched a rebooted model of its Galaxy S5 in Korea. It’s not the oft-rumoured Galaxy S5 Prime, nevertheless, however it does pack a QHD show and Qualcomm’s model new Snapdragon 805 chipset.
The addition of the Snapdragon 805 brings with it help for LTE A (CAT 6), which means 4G speeds of as much as 300mbps. Qualcomm says its 805 chips are 20% extra energy environment friendly than the Snapdragon 800, which means improved battery life and higher thermal efficiency.
After which there’s the brand new show. In contrast to the present Galaxy S5, the rebooted LTE A model includes a new QHD panel, and the display decision – 2,560 x 1,440 pixels – is, fairly frankly, insane. That’s a pixel density of 577ppi.
There’s no phrase on when – or, certainly, if – this rebooted Galaxy S5 will make its approach over to the UK, nevertheless. However with plenty of speak at present surrounding the Galaxy F, it’s possible Samsung will maintain this new model as a Korea-unique and – fingers crossed – launch the Galaxy F to coincide with the launch or launch of the iPhone 6 afterward in 2014.
Right here’s the whole lot it's worthwhile to know concerning the Samsung Galaxy F.