A fresh batch of features of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S series flagship smartphone has been surfaced online.
The new features were shared by well known Russian blogger, Eldar Murtazin via Twitter. The Samsung Galaxy S5, Murtazin claims, will feature a 5.24in Super AMOLED screen with QHD resolution at 2560 x 1440 pixels, giving it a pixel density of 560 pixels per inch.
The new Galaxy smartphone will use either Samsung's Exynos 6 SoC or Snapdragon 805, while paired with 3GB RAM. The device will offer 32GB as well as 64GB storage.
Among other key features is the 16 megapixel rear-camera, as rumoured earlier. Murtazin provided a new detail on the camera feature that the Galaxy S5 will have a 3.2 megapixel front facing camera, against the two megapixel front-camera of current Galaxy S4. It will also use a 3,200mAh battery.
If the rumours are to be believed, then the new Galaxy S5's battery will store about 600mAh power more than the Galaxy S4 which uses a 2,600mAh battery. Besides, the QHD display of Galaxy S5 will need considerable more power and a battery smaller than 3,000mAh might not be enough.
If the rumours turn true then the Galaxy S5 will be the first to feature 3.2 megapixel front-camera. It now appears that Samsung might be trying to catch up the trend like the Chinese smartphones, which often feature five megapixel front camera.
The Galaxy S5 has been rumoured to be launched with Android 4.4 KitKat software. Additionally, it is expected to have improved version of apps, which includes S Health, WatchON, a new interface and fingerprint sensor, notes Sammobile.
Recently, Samsung has announced a new Unpacked event, which is scheduled to be held on 24 February in Barcelona, Spain. Samsung has not provided any details about the event but the number 5 placed beside the Unpacked indicates that Samsung is expected to make an announcement about the Galaxy S5 at the event. The device is expected to hit the market sometime in late April.