The much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S5's 5.25in screen with 2560x1440 AMOLED display is set to enter its mass production stage, according to reports.
Reports claim the WQHD resolution 5.25in screen will also feature a high pixel density of 560ppi for better viewing of the screen from different angles. It has been also understood that the Galaxy S5 handset will be similar to the likes of Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 in screen pixel arrangements. The Korean tech giant is said to stick with the diamond pixel arrangement on the screen, just like its handsets seen in 2013.
The news comes from several interviews taken by unnamed industry sources but since Samsung has not revealed anything about Galaxy S5 handset officially, the mass production news can be taken as a rumour for now.
Since the CES (Consumer Electronic Show) 2014 is just a couple of weeks away from now, previous rumours have also hinted the handset would be revealed early in January around or during the event. The reports are however, yet to be confirmed, according to Android Authority.
Other companies are also expected to reveal their flagship devices, including HTC M8, LG G Flex 2 and others.
Samsung Galaxy S5: What We Know So Far
-Samsung Galaxy S5 will not sport a curved screen and will not have a metal design, due to lack of production.
-5.25in WQHD display with 560ppi is rumoured to enter mass production.
-Previously two handsets showed up in the benchmarks, codenamed SM-900F and SM-900S, which are rumoured to be the cheaper and the premium versions of the handset respectively.
-Samsung Galaxy S5 is said to flaunt a 16-megapixel camera while the processor used would be a 64-bit chip like the A7 processor included in iPhone 5S. The Galaxy S5 could also include the regular Snapdragon 800 processor with 3GB RAM.
-Handset could also feature a massive 4,000mAh battery.
-The benchmarks showed the SM-900F runs on the Android 4.4 Kitkat OS.
-Samsung is also said to be working on an eye-scanning unlock feature for Galaxy S5.
-AT&T mobile carrier is currently testing a device codenamed SM-G900A, a model number similar to those seen in the benchmarks, reports Gotta Be Mobile.