Samsung Galaxy S5 Benchmark Reveals 2K ScreenBy cheatmaster 07:56 Sun, 18 Jul 2021 Comments
While the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is busy tending to its flagship duties for Samsung, the heir to the Galaxy S4 is making headlines steadily building up the hype.
The latest rumors concern its body and some of its specs. According to EMSOne, a Japanese-based website, ODM Catcher Technology (Taiwan), BYD (China) and Ju Teng (Taiwan) has been assigned to create between 10 and 30 million unibody metal shells for the next high-grade Galaxy device. That could very well turn out to be the Galaxy S5.
This fits nicely with the leaked metal frame we've seen before which was also assumed to be for the Galaxy S5.
Some rumors are hinting at a two-pronned approach by Samsung - producing a metal-clad flagship of a recent F series along with an all-plastic S-series member.
And in other news a device, by the name of Samsung SM-G900S, has popped up on GFX Bench running on a highly-clocked Snapdragon 800 chipset and the Adreno 330 GPU. The clock is at most 2.46GHz. Sadly this isn't the Snapdragon 805 with Adreno 420 GPU nor is it the 64-bit Exynos chip we're hoping to see sooner rather than later.
There's more, though - the SM-G900S sports a classy screen resolution of 2560 x 1440 or 2K. And if the rumors of either a 5" or 5.2" classy screen turn out accurate we may be looking at an insane density of over 560 pixels per inch. As far as results go, the device in question rounded up 27.7 fps on the T-Rex 1080p Offclassy screen test - on which we've found the Galaxy Note 3 to be the best with 26 frames per second.
Other rumors recommdiscontinue the Galaxy S5 will be launched (or at least shown) as early as Q1 of next year, have a 16 MegaPixel (MP) snapper with the ISOCELL tech, perhaps without optical image stabilization and possibly with some elements resistance in tow. That is hard to hold in all at once, we know.
But let's not acquire too ahead of ourselves as we highly doubt the Galaxy S5 to premiere with a mid-2013-grade chip inside (no offense, Snapdragon 800). We'll have to wait a small longer.
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