Mobile World Congress is hardly few days away from now, and with passing time we are getting excited to see the Samsung's next flagship Galaxy S5. A week back, Samsung sent out invitations to attend its unpacked event set for February 24th.
Galaxy S5 - New Teaser
Today, Samsung has officially started building the hype of its forthcoming flagship phone, the Galaxy S5. Reportedly, the company posted a sort of teaser on Twitter, which not only informs about the date and time to tune into the webcast but also gave hints at all new TouchWiz user interface. Each icon, as seen in the picture, has something related to the Galaxy S5. More details around Galaxy S5 are expected to be revealed in the coming days to come.
The teaser flaunted highlighted features to be expected from the Galaxy S5. Moreover, Samsung is showing some new apps via the teaser: Outdoor and Fitness. The teased apps could suggest a connection with the upcoming Galaxy Gear 2. Meanwhile, the privacy apps could be used in context to KNOX feature.
Past week, we got to see series of leaked press shots of Samsung's much improved TouchWiz user interface (UI). The teaser gives yet another reason to believe that Samsung will announce the Galaxy S5 with all new UI.
Samsung Galaxy S5: What to expect?
A lot has been said and written about the Samsung Galaxy S5. Now, it seems that things have started to assemble in one place. Well, in the matter of a few weeks, you'll get to each possible details around the Galaxy S5. In the meantime, the web world is abuzz with latest gossip about the Samsung Galaxy S5, including its Quad HD (2K resolution) display and a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera. Also, the gossip mongers are excited about Galaxy S5's breathtaking design.
If reports are to be believed then the Samsung Galaxy S5 will be made available in two versions: one with metallic body and the other with plastic casing. The phone is said to pack a 5.2-inch Quad HD display having a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. Under the hood, the Galaxy S5 is expected to come with a quad-core processor powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM and 16GB/32GB of internal storage.
The handset will run Android 4.4. Kitkat with much improved TouchWiz User Interface (UI). Right now, Samsung's most charismatic handset, the Galaxy Note 3, has a 13MP camera sensor. With the Galaxy S5, Samsung will likely to introduce a 16MP camera module, enough to muscle down competitors' ambition. Other fancy features expected include, the coming of a fingerprint scanner and eye-tracking tech.