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Many smartphone lovers throughout the world are expecting better devices from all the manufacturers next year. There are already gossips about the 64 bit chips to feature in most of the 2014 handsets. Moreover, even the newly announced Qualcomm's Snapdragon 805 is one piece of technology that we would like to seen early next year.
However, the device that has currently stirring the emotions of the smartphone lovers is Samsung's device which would debut the market in 2014. It would come dubbed as Galaxy S5. The device has recently appeared online in a form of a concept video.
The device has been making its way to the tech world in various forms of late. Sometimes as a rumor and leaks as well. Just a couple of days ago an alleged metal frame was spotted in the wild and it was said that the frame was a part of the so called Galaxy S5 device.
We have already had the chance to look at the concept images of the device earlier. However, now the device has surfaced online once again in a form a video. It also shows the slight curve in the device which is apparently covered with aluminum casing.
It comes courtesy of the O2 Guru TV YouTube channel. The 2 minute video is actually a pretty well put-together summary of what we know already about the device. The device is said to come with a 2560x1440 display, 16MP camera.
Apart from these, The Samsung Galaxy S5 is also expected to be announced in the month of Feburary 2014. The device could sport a 5.3-inch Full HD display, 64-bit processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB/64GB/128GB of ROM ( expandable memory), 4G LTE-A, waterproof and dust-resistant, Android 4.4 Kitkat and a 3000mAh battery inside.
However, coming back to the video, take a look at it in below:
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