QHD on a Galaxy S5? Yes, but just for South Korea
Andrei Calina | On 18, Jun 2014
Samsung introduced a special variant of its current flagship!
With everybody focusing on the LG G3 and its awesome QHD display, Samsung felt a little bit jealous and they did it too. And they didn’t released the all rumored Galaxy F or Galaxy S5 Prime. No, not at all. The manufacturer took the current flagship and put it on steroids, resulting the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A. So what makes it so special? Take a seat and read on!
The main difference is the display, which is the first time the manufacturer is using the home-made 2560 x 1440 panel, with a density even higher than LG G3’s, counting 577 pixels per inch.
Another addition is the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chipset, accompanied by 3 GB of RAM. This baby can easily handle 4K videos and LTE-Advanced technology, reaching downloading speeds of up to 225 Mb/s.
Otherwise, it shares the same features with the regular Galaxy S5 and we envy the Koreans, as for the moment, they’re the only ones with access to this updated phone. But hey, maybe Samsung will think about other countries too…
What do you think? Could this be the Galaxy S5 Prime everybody was talking about?