Exclusive: Samsung Galaxy S5 Release Date Set for India Around March/April 2014

Samsung's next big thing, and the upcoming addition to its already popular Galaxy lineup of devices - touted as the Galaxy S5, has been making rounds for quite some time now with a host of rumored specifications and features for the same. And while anything related to the device has to be taken with a pinch of salt at this point, GizBot has got some exclusive treat regarding the upcoming flagship that we would love to share with you.

Sources close to Gizbot have confirmed that Samsung's upcoming heavyweight competitor Galaxy S5 will arrive in India in March/April of this year. And if the details regarding the same eventually turn out to be true, you will be able to own a brand new Galaxy S5 for yourself in the next few months, following the devices expected announcement at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014 that is set to happen in Barcelona, Spain this month.

Exclusive: Samsung Galaxy S5 Release Date Set for India

While the source didn't mention a solid date or any of the in-device specifications for the same, it was clearly stated in spoken words that the company is currently working up to its upcoming Unpacked event, that's set to take the center-stage at the MWC, and following that the S5 will eventually be available in India in a time-frame that ranges around March and April this year.

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As we mentioned before, the device is still in a rumored stage. However, the rumored specifications related to the device state that the S5 will to arrive with a QHD display, Samsung's very own and latest Exynos processor, 3GB of RAM, 16MP rear camera, Android 4.4 and could also be available in 32GB and 64GB variants.

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Stay Tuned to Gizbot for more updates.

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