Wednesday, December 4, 2013

SM-G900S - is it Galaxy S5 or Galaxy Round 2?

We have had enough of Galaxy S4 and Note 3 in the recent past - now tech geeks have started to peep into the future and and started to probe what Samsung may be up to in coming days.

And some have spotted a device with model number SM-G900S at GFXBench – the model number suggests it could be the Galaxy Round’s successor, but what reduces the chances of that being the case is the hardware listed in the benchmark.

Look at the following table - this may be something we may have soon from Samsung:

As gathered from above, it can be seen that the display resolution is listed as 2560×1440 – it’s a resolution the Galaxy S5′s display is all but confirmed to have, and it’s pretty much a given that Samsung wouldn't want to début its highest resolution display on anything but its next flagship phone. 

Another spec that hints at the SM-G900S being the Galaxy S5 is the Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at ~2.5 GHz – the current cream of the crop Snapdragon 800 chips are all clocked at 2.3 GHz, so the one listed in the benchmark is an upgraded one (likely the 8974AB or 8974AC variant) that will offer even faster and more efficient performance (though the non-LTE variant will most likely use Samsung’s upcoming 64-bit Exynos chip.)

We also see Android 4.4 KitKat being the OS of SM-G900S.

So when do have this? Well some reports suggest that Samsung  is planning on launching its next flagship in the first quarter of 2014.

And the big question will be answered in time about the real identity of the device: S5 or still something else? But one thing is certain - the specs are really impressive. See some more down below.

Impressed? Or you think it is no big bang as compared to S4?


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