Mobile phone users all around the world will be able to purchase Samsung’s latest flagship Android-based handset, the Galaxy S5, and it seems that the device is already receiving its first software update.
The software refresh won’t provide users with any new features and capabilities, as it has been released only as a stability update, it seems.
The firmware will pop up on Galaxy S5 the moment that users fire it up, and it should appear there as a 30MB download, it seems. Moreover, as GSMArena notes, the new build will be available as version XXU1ANCE.
Galaxy S5 is set to be launched in 150 countries around the world tomorrow, just as Samsung officially announced in February during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
The handset is already available for pre-order in most of said markets, and it even went up for sale in South Korea about two weeks ago, when SK Telecom started offering it to its customers without Samsung’s approval.
The phone will hit shelves worldwide with a 5.1-inch touchscreen display, a 2.5GHz quad-core processor packed inside, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal memory. It packs a microSD memory card slot too.
Moreover, Galaxy S5 sports a 16-megapixel camera on the back, with 4K video recording, a front camera for video calling, and the Android 4.4.2 KitKat platform loaded on top.