Galaxy S5 display QHD resolution confirmed

Samsung logoFor the past few months now have been constantly hearing rumors about Samsung Galaxy S5. Recently the company sent out invites for its Unpacked 5 event at the Mobile World Congress 2014 later this month, its expected to finally unveil Galaxy S5 there. Despite that, the rumors keep coming in. A new screenshot has surfaced which claims to confirm some rumors we have heard about Samsungs next generation flagship, particularly about the Galaxy S5 display.

It has been rumored countless times that Galaxy S5 is going to have a 5.25 inch Quad HD 2,560×1,440 pixel resolution display, though recently contradicting rumors suggested that the flagship will actually retain the 1080p display found on the existing flagship, the Galaxy S4. As per this screenshot, the Galaxy S5 display is indeed the QHD juggernaut everyone expects it to be, offering aforementioned pixel resolution at 560 pixels per inch.

Galaxy S5 display QHD resolution confirmed

Since other options are not expanded, this screenshot doesnt confirm other hardware specifications. From what we have heard up till now, and summarized in our Galaxy S5 rumor roundup, this smartphone will tout a Snapdragon 800 processor with 3GB RAM, a 16 megapixel rear camera, a fingerprint scanner while running Android 4.4.2 under the hood. Samsung has kept mum about the Galaxy S5 and we dont expect it to reveal anything prior to Unpacked 5, so all we can do right now is sit back and wait for the official word.

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Galaxy S5, Samsung, smartphones

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