Posted by Abhijeet M. 3 months ago

Report: Galaxy S5 Prime to be launched in June


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Samsung’s “premium Galaxy S5″ continues to be talked about in rumors and leaks, with a new report from the Korean media suggesting that the Galaxy S5 Prime could be launched in June. A report from Asia Today cites industry sources as saying that the Prime variant will sport a QHD (2560×1440) display, something that has been a part of every rumor surrounding the device, and that Samsung will be focusing on European and American markets to sell its ultra-premium next big thing. We’ve already exclusively revealed details on the hardware the Galaxy S5 Prime could carry, though a June launch date is something that cannot be confirmed at the moment.

Samsung has been working on a new device codenamed Project KQ, which is expected to be the higher-end version of the Galaxy S5. The device could debut the new octa-core Exynos 5430 processor that sports an integrated Intel LTE modem, clock speeds of up to 2.1 GHz on the powerful Cortex-A15 cores and 1.5GHz on the low-power Cortex-A7 cores, and the Mali T6XXX GPU rated at 600MHz. It could, as rumors have always suggested, have a metallic build as well, to address one of the most criticized things about Samsung’s flagship devices.

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7 comments on “Report: Galaxy S5 Prime to be launched in June

  1. SamMobile1811 3 months ago said:

    Still it Won’t be 64 Bit coz of 805 :P

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  2. preymayor 3 months ago said:

    maybe exinos 5430 model will be global model.
    snapdragon 805 model will be only korean model.

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  3. q8peace 3 months ago said:

    we heard this rumors before s5 launch so disappointing for s5 buyers
    and i could expect some speculation of this device – at least 3gb ram 32bit soc and 2k and maybe metal or great faux-leather either way i wont upgrade my s3 to any s or kq anymore – note is there greatest ever made phone :)

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  4. Eyecon82 3 months ago said:

    A lot of current s5 owners are about to be angry….

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  5. oversight 3 months ago said:

    They don’t really have any reason to be. There is always something bigger, better, faster just over the horizon. That, plus the fact that Samsung’s penchant for releasing 5000 variants of the same device is well known.

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  6. Danistop 3 months ago said:

    If they keep the removable battery on this phone(plastic or metal don’t really care) I will definitely upgrade.

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