Samsung Galaxy S5 Spec News 2014
The flagship phones Samsung Galaxy Note and S series have dominated markets, so when will the next in the series the S5 and Note 4 come out?
And what about an iPhone 5?
Alright now let's get to the S5, ever since the release of the S4 the flagship smartphone of the Korean company has been expected to have some major consumer pleasing features.
One of the possible features, if the patent filing information from patentbolt is correct is that the new S5 will come with eye scanner technology. This would be a significant boost to security measures (as it is said to be many times less hacked than a fingerprint scanner)
The S5 may also feature a 64-bit processor to keep up with Apple's competition, with rumors of a 2k WQHD screen at large (according to ANDROIDBEAT) this may definitely be the smartphone to wait for. How long must we wait though? Accordingly many report to expect the launch date in February of 2014 at the MWC event held a little earlier than a year after it's S4 release.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is next up for all of those phablet (phone/tablet) fans. Rumor has it that a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite will be released prior to the releasing of the next in series. The Lite would come with a few hardware downgrades, but much more affordable.iPhone 6
That's not to say that the company is ditching the next Note, but that it may appear later in the 2014 year, and with a few innovations of itself, such as a 3 paneled display with 3 separate panels for the phone use. Rumors also suggest it to be curved.
This brings me to the next phone, the iPhone 6. This phone is rumored to be a phablet sized phone to compete with other companies (Apple doesn't have a phablet size iPhone yet, unlike Samsung and many other companies) the iPhone 6 is suggested to have a larger screen.
What's also interesting is that according to a report Apple has filed exclusive rights to something called "liquid metal" which could reportedly put the next iPhone 6 as the thinnest smartphone to date.
The next iPhone could also feature a glass called "sapphire glass" which is allegedly 2x more durable than Cornel's Gorilla Glass. This glass can also allow for a bigger screen.
Next up the release date: according to Macworld the launch may happen at Apple's WWDC event in June, with a possibility of hitting the shelves in September 2014