A new set of leaks might reveal camera info and a model number for Samsung’s Galaxy S5.
News of KitKat coming to more Galaxy Note 3 handsets is a good thing, unless you use a third-party case, that is. Asus showed off a pair of Nexus 7 docks while the Galaxy S5 home screen may have leaked, looking very different.
Leaked screenshots show Samsung’s software to look more like a stream of cards that resembles Google Now. The idea is sound: More glanceable information right on the home screen of the company’s next flagship phone.
Leaks are flowing during the run-up to a Galaxy S5 launch, with some suggesting two different models. Nokia’s Normandy looks to be based on Android but not for Google’s benefit while the Moto X has three more wood options cut down to $25.
The Galaxy S5 is rumored to feature a larger, higher-res display than its predecessor, so why not a higher-capacity, fast-charging battery to go with it?
If these specs are accurate, the Galaxy S5 is shaping up to the best most noteworthy addition to the Galaxy S series since it was first introduced.
If these benchmark results are for the Galaxy S5, expect it be an absolute beast of a phone.
Samsung has reportedly enlisted Catcher Technology, the same company behind the HTC One and new iPad mini bodies, to build a metal case for the Galaxy S 5.