The new Samsung galaxy phone, known as the S5, will be hitting markets in 2014 with much anticipation and excitement not only from the company, but consumers as well. While the new phone has been a closely guarded secret for well over a year, certain aspects of it are starting to leak out to the public. Already anticipating its release, consumers are eating up any and all information they can get about the phone, putting pressure on the company to ramp up production and get it on the market in time for Christmas, if possible.
Perhaps the biggest news concerning the phone’s release is it having 64-bit processing, much like Apple’s iPhone. In doing this, the Galaxy S5 specs are poised to make the Samsung Galaxy S5 sure to draw some attention. The 64-bit processing should give the phone a power boost, letting users do a number of other applications with it besides games. Since there are very few apps written for 64-bit processing, it may take a while for the technology to totally catch up.
The new Samsung galaxy phone, which is the flagship phone for the company, is sure to give the iPhone a run for its money. With camera features becoming more and more important to consumers, the galaxy S5 specs will feature a powerful camera, which is the advantage those of us who can’t live without taking pictures of this and that will again have. The Samsung galaxy S5, while being similar to the iPhone in many ways, will enable users to know they are getting plenty of phone for their money.
One of the neat features of this phone is how its body is constructed. Contrary to earlier rumors it would have an all-metal body, it instead is made of carbon fiber. This should come as no surprise, since Samsung recently made a large stock purchase in the SGL Group, which is one of the world’s largest designers of carbon-based products.
Those who can’t live without the next great piece of technology should not be disappointed in the S5. With all its features and expanded capabilities, not only will it give the iPhone some much-needed competition, but consumers more choices as well.