More Rumored Galaxy S5 Specs: 4GB RAM, 64-Bit 8-Core CPU
GalaxyS5 , Images , News , smart phones / October 29, 2013

Yet Another Galaxy S5 64-bit CPU Rumor According to PhoneArena via DT, the South Korean online magazine that’s leaked a lot of cool information about the Samsung Galaxy S5 of late, the as yet unannounced Galaxy S5 will definitely be getting that 64-bit CPU about which we keep hearing.  Though most mainstream media sites swear that it is impossible for the Galaxy to get a 64-bit unit, we thought it was possible and said as much in this previous post. Now, DT is saying it is once again possible, and the news comes with a sidekick of a rumor that not only is the CPU in its final production stages, but that – if the Google Translate version of the DT page is correct – the CPU will be ready in about a month. CPU to Feature Eight Cores? In an October 25 report, PhoneArena said that Samsung executives hinted at this possibility of the chip’s readiness during the press conference held for their quarterly results. The company apparently decided that it should speed up its timetable to complete and release the Galaxy s5 because of the competition from Apple and its own S5, which is currently the only available…

Samsung to Block Galaxy S5 from 3rd Party Accessories?
GalaxyS5 , Images , News , smart phones / October 24, 2013

Galaxy S5, Say it isn’t so…  Unfortunately, that’s the rumor we have to serve up to you today, courtesy of – though the report doesn’t mention the source giving them the information, they do make a credible argument as to why Samsung would do something like this – besides the fact the company would make a ton of money. Galaxy S3 Explodes in Girl’s Pocket Back in July 2013, a few Samsung device users – various devices, not only cell phones – experienced the worst possible manufacturer malfunction. Their devices exploded for what they thought was no particular reason. Samsung uncovered and attributed the cause of the limited number of explosions to the different third party accessories that the users had connected to the device. While the accessories were supposed to have been compatible, there was an apparent problem with the compatibility, not to mention with the quality of the manufacturing, which caused the devices to smolder, smoke and burn to a crisp. Toast, we’re telling you. In fact, according to this report, an 18-year-old teen had a Galaxy S3 explode in her pocket – well, not exactly. It caught fire first and injured her so badly that…

Sony vs. Samsung: Galaxy S5 16 MP Camera War
GalaxyS5 , News , smart phones / October 23, 2013

Plus: Galaxy S5 to Get Plastic Body? Though everyone is amazed with the new Samsung Note, the Galaxy S5 is still the talk of the town, as evidenced by the rumor mill that just will not quit, though there are some experts who are for some reason just hearing about these “new” rumors… Go figure. Today we are here to tell you that the Samsung Galaxy S5 will definitely be getting the ISOCELL technology in its camera. We think its more possible now than it ever was because this is not the first time this specific rumor has surfaced, and this time it’s from a different source. Well, when we first told you about the ISOCELL technology, we mentioned that we had heard that it would be accompanied with Lytro tech as well, although that part of that specific rumor didn’t make this round.. What are the Camera Features? According to GSMArena via ETNews, the camera will feature a 16 GB sensor, and both Samsung’s own LSI and Sony are going to fight it out for the rights to produce them en masse, calling what is sure to be an interesting fight a bidding war. We’re wondering why Samsung LSI…

Galaxy S5 vs Galaxy Note 4 – A Tough Fight!
News , smart phones / October 21, 2013

Samsung has come up as a strong player in the smartphone market. It is clear from the fact that its own devices are competing with one another for domination over the market. Samsung Galaxy S5 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 are two such gadgets that are expected to rule the hearts of technology enthusiasts in the upcoming year. The Galaxy S5 smartphone has become the talk of the rumors town, especially after the Design 3.0 meeting of the Korean company executives. The meeting was supposed to target some strong modifications in the internal and external features of the smartphone. 4GB RAM, 128 GB inbuilt memory and the Android 5.0 OS have been some of the most talked-about specifications of the phone since then. However, fingerprint scanners, infared sensors and YOUM Flexible displays have also been quite famous technologies that will be witnessed in S6. On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is going to be a splendid phablet with some superior features the fans have never witnessed. Some of these include Android 6.0 Kit Kat OS, 6GB RAM and 128 GB Inbuilt memory. With the expected screen size of 6.2 inches, the fans are in for a special treat….

Galaxy S5 Vs Galaxy S6 – Still too early to decide?
News , smart phones / October 21, 2013

For lovers of the Samsung galaxy, there is great confusion between which phones to purchase. Will it be S5 which is due to be in the market some time next year or the Samsung galaxy S6, which is set to be launched in 2015? Of course this seems far compared to the launch of the galaxy S5. But come to think of it, it’s just a year’s difference. Is it logical to buy the S5, then after a year go for the new S6? Samsung galaxy S6 will be more advanced than S5. Still, you can’t ignore the fact that S5 will come with cool features. This is what makes S5 cool on its own: ➢ A faster processor with a higher processing power. It will be in 64 bit. This will give you the ability to multitask and perform different tasks at the same time, comfortably. ➢ The camera comes with higher megapixel of 20.7. It will contain a back-side illumination, have low-light sensitivity, a video resolution of 4K, and you will be able to record in slow motion. ➢ The design is wonderful. Coming up with a slim is a very big challenge. But S5 will achieve this….

Rumor: Galaxy S5 Drops 64-bit Support?
GalaxyS5 , News , smart phones / October 18, 2013

Experts can’t make up their minds about Galaxy S5. Just a few hours after we told you about the back and forth about the potential whether the Galaxy S5 would get 64-bit support via Samsung’s own chip, or via the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 64-bit chip, a new report was published stating that Galaxy S5 wouldn’t be released with the 64-bit CPU after all. The Latest Rumor Source The report, issued by Trusted Reviews, stated that Samsung would not be able to “mass produce the chip in time for launch” of the device. The chip in question at this point was the 64-bit Exynos 6 CPU we told you about yesterday. However, we would just like to point out that just because Samsung doesn’t have the capability to mass produce the chips in time for the Galaxy S5 launch, doesn’t mean that the device will lack 64-bit support entirely. Samsung could always go with the originally rumored choice, the Snapdragon chip. The Snapdragon is powerful, built for LTE and other CPU-heavy processes, and beloved by current users of devices with Snapdragon CPU installations. According to the Trusted Reviews report, they got the info from Unwired View, which states: “Mass production of…

Rumor: Galaxy S5 to Get 64-Bit CPU – Again?
GalaxyS5 , Images , News , smart phones / October 17, 2013

Galaxy S5 Rumor Mill is at it Again Boy, the Galaxy S5 Rumor mill can’t make up its mind, can it? With all the gossip out there, most of it going back and forth about the specifications that the Galaxy S5 will feature in its new, as yet still unannounced, iteration, it’s a wonder that any of the mainstream media sites can keep them straight. Two of the most hotly debated rumors include that of the mobile operating system the Galaxy will sport, and what type of hardware architecture it will sport – on which the mobile operating system used will rely. Potential CPU & OS for Galaxy S5 First, it was noted that Galaxy S5 will feature a Snapdragon 80 64-bit CPU, which would have allowed the device to run Kit-Kat. Then, rumors started flying about the lack of 64-bit support, which essentially meant that the Kit-Kat mobile OS would be impossible because Android Kit-Kat is designed for 64-bit systems. This meant the Galaxy S5 would have had to feature the older version of Android, Jelly bean, or that Samsung would have to take a chance at offering the company’s own mobile operating system, Tizen, which seemed highly unlikely…

Galaxy S5 Slated for CES 2014 Rrelease?
GalaxyS5 , News , smart phones / October 12, 2013

A Korean tech publication appears to have the latest scoop concerning the Samsung Galaxy S5, and we’ve seen just about every single tech publication on the web follow suit with its own “confirmation” of that rumor. In fact, a Mashable report states that in an, “effort to kick start slowing sales of its current model,” the Galaxy S5 is being released much sooner than anyone anticipated that it would. CES Release Coming? According to the report, Korean tech news and review website Naver was started and is still powered by ex-Samsung employees, all of whom have said they believe that Samsung will show off the new Galaxy S5 at the upcoming annual Consumer Electronics Show, which is being held in in Las Vegas January of 2014. This release date is at least 3 to 4 months earlier than anyone expected it to be, as the original release date rumors pegged the device for April 2014. There’s only one problem with If the Naver report is in fact true, then there’s only one problem with it. Apparently, Naver thinks that the galaxy S5 will feature specifications that are a bit different than anyone else predicted. While we know that nothing is…

New Galaxy S5 Rumor: Dustproof & Waterproof
GalaxyS5 , News , smart phones / October 8, 2013

To date, the S5 has seen some pretty intensive and interesting rumors coming from the mill, and it seems that not a single day goes by that another rumor doesn’t surface about the Galaxy S5 smartphone. Well, the last two days have been no different. Another rumor for another day has surfaced, and though it’s sometimes extremely difficult to determine which rumors could be real, and which  are just blowing smoke up – you get the point – we’ll tell you about them anyway, because we wouldn’t want to get caught off guard. And we certainly don’t want to miss anything. So,. with that in mind, let’s get to the newest of rumors that have left the mill of late. Dust and Water Proof? A few different media outlets – specifically Trusted Review – are claiming that the newest Galaxy S5 will be dustproof and waterproof. While it is feasible that the Galaxy, which we think is due to be released sometime in April of 2014 –hopefully it’ll be much sooner than that – surely could wind up being dustproof, but the waterproof rumor is a different thing altogether. Making something waterproof requires an entirely different type of technology that…

Will Galaxy S5 Fans be Disappointed? Doubtful…
GalaxyS5 , News , Price , smart phones / October 4, 2013

Some new rumors have cropped up this week about the Galaxy S5 by Samsung including one about a new release date, another regarding potential display type and a third rumor about its overall feature set. Yet another rumor states that anticipated buyers are going to be very, very disappointed with what Samsung actually releases. So let’s get down to business with the newest rumors in the mill today.   Fans Will Be Disappointed? Really? How could any think that rumor possible? Well, the International Business Times thinks it is possible – and we think it could be true based on what we wrote last time. The rumor that Samsung is dropping the 64-bit processor, Android Kit-Kat and the fingerprint sensor isn’t a new one, and it’s one we talked about already. So far, while we can see why fans would be disappointed, we don’t think it’ll affect sales much. Simply stated, the hype has increased anticipation for the new device on so much so that we’ve seen people say that they don’t much care what features Galaxy S5 will offer, they just want it released – and now. Galaxy S5 Display Type According to a few mainstream media outlets, the…