Samsung to Announce Galaxy S5 at Mobile World Congress
Samsung Galaxy S5 to be unveiled on Monday 24th February
Samsung have been busy on its Google+ account with the announcement of its latest Samsung Unpacked event, which they've tagged Unpacked 5.
Samsung is obviously letting everyone know that the Samsung Galaxy S5 will be formally announced during the event on Monday 24th February at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. This is the opening day of MWC and the Unpacked event kicks off at 8pm Central European Time.
Samsung has historically announced its flagship smartphones and tablets during previous Unpacked events, with the company launching the Galaxy S4 at its Unpacked event back in March 2013.
The official unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S5 at MWC will be the headline smartphone announcement during the event and can be watched live via live Samsung's Mobile YouTube account.
Samsung Galaxy S5 - What to expect at MWC
Currently, there are so many rumours about the Galaxy S5 its difficult to sift the wood from the trees. However, some things seem more likely than others.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is reported to come with a fingerprint sensor and come in two versions, one with a premium metal body and the second with a plastic construction and lower price.
The S5 is also reported to come with a 5.25 inch 2K QHD display and have a 20 megapixel main camera which will support 4K video recording capability plus optical-image-stabilisation (OIS) technology.
The power is believed to come via a Snapdragon 805 processing chip and of course it will come pre-loaded with Android KitKat.
None of the above has been confirmed, but as we near the announcement date we expect that more leaks will surface to firm up the Galaxy S5’s specification.
3G will be at MWC to relay exactly what happens.
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