Samsung going to launch its Galaxy S5 this April

Samsung going to launch its Galaxy S5 this April


Jan 27, 2014
Unveiling Samsung Galaxy S5 in London The tough competition among the world’s smartphone manufacturers gets even more interesting and edgy. Samsung Galaxy S5, the much awaited smartphone, will be launched soon in March or April, the VP of Samsung Electronics, Lee Young-hee, proclaims. He further added that Samsung is working on having the iris-recognition feature on its new Samsung Galaxy S5 series. If so, Samsung will become the first significant manufacturer to use this feature to unlock smartphones. The flagship product of Samsung, S5should be a highly appreciated creation from the South Korean smartphone manufacturer. Until recently, a journalist has spread the word that Samsung will be launching a global event in London, in the second or third week of March and is likely to unveil it there considering its previous sequential annual launches. Several speculations indicate the likelihood of the Samsung Galaxy S5 having the 64-bit processor being launched to compete with iPhone 5s obviously from Apple, which has a 64-bit processor and is the first of its kind. To unlock the screen, iPhone 5Suses an in-built fingerprint scanner, which supports the finger recognition technology, whereas the Samsung Galaxy S5uses an iris-scanner, which supports the iris recognition technology.In terms of security, the iris scanner seems to be apt and something to look forward for. The other specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S5 are known and seem to be an attractive offering worth watching out in next few months. It will soon be unveiled in two beautiful varieties: aluminum body (premium version) and regular plastic body enclosing a 64-bit Snapdragon or Exynos chipset, 16-MP camera, 3 GB RAM, 4000mAH battery, and TouchWiz user interface running on an Android,version 4.4 operating system (Kit Kat). With Samsung experiencing tough competition from local Indian smartphone manufacturers, as well, it has to bring in innovative smartphones to match or deliver better smartphones than its competitors. With a reputation of launching lovely, adorable, innovative, and high-specs range of phones it is capable of capturing and maintaining market share it has lost to its competitors, previously.The world awaits the launch of the much anticipated smartphone that is speculated to be sophisticated,and in competition with the iPhone 5s. At the international Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014, arranged in Las Vegas this month,Samsung’s top representative who was present there mentioned that the much anticipated device will be unveiled in April. Therefore, the rumor of the device being launched in mid-march may very well be untrue and designed to probably to create continuous controversies, rumors, and constant hype buzzing up over the internet until its launch to promote publicity. Whatever is the case; Samsung has definitely caught the attention of the public, and makes one wonder whether it would be as good as the iPhone 5s? At the moment the hype has made every other smartphone lover is incredibly curious about its first-hand experience and its reviews, which would be available after its launch.

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