Samsung Galaxy S5, the much rumored high-end handset, has once again been caught red handed.
Apparently, a press render of Galaxy S5 has been leaked as we got a glimpse of what the company's flagship phone might look like. The alleged image of Samsung Galaxy S5 shows off thinner bezels and smaller home button.
Additionally, the handset has a slightly square shaped design, which suggests that Samsung would be marching in the direction of edge-to-edge displays. Once again the Galaxy S5's design will remain identical to Samsung's other high-end phones.
Moreover, the press render has allegedly confirmed that the Galaxy S5 might have a premium version as well. However, we advise you to take this very image with a grain of salt. The picture you see above may be entirely fake, as Samsung hasn't announced the Galaxy S5 just yet.
Samsung is likely to announce it's much hyped Galaxy S5 on February 24 in Barcelona, Spain. Users will be able to catch the unveiling ceremony through a live webcast event planned for global audience.
Samsung Galaxy S5: Two versions
A lot has been said and written about the Galaxy S5, especially, its internal hardware. Rumors have it that Samsung will announce the Galaxy S5 in two versions: one with a premium feel (most likely to be made out of metal) and the other one will be made from polycarbonate plastic.
Samsung Galaxy S5: Display
Analysts believe that the Galaxy S5 could come with a high-resolution display. A 5.2-inch ( edge-to-edge) display having a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 would make current-generation flagship phones to shame.
Samsung Galaxy S5: Processor
Also, the device is expected to flaunt a 2.5GHz quad-core processor powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC coupled with 3GB of RAM and 16GB/32GB of internal memory with a microSD card support. The device will run Android 4.4 Kitkat with Samsung's own native UI on the top of it.
Samsung Galaxy S5: Camera
The camera should be upgraded from a 13MP shooter to at least 16MP camera sensor. Reportedly, the handset might have a 20MP rear-facing camera with Auto Focus and an LED Flash.
Samsung Galaxy S5: Battery
Well, nothing much has been leaked as far as phone's battery is concerned. However, some reports do claim that the Galaxy S5 might pack a 2,900mAh battery under the hood, up from the 2,600mAh battery of the Galaxy S4.