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Samsung in 2014: Pocket-lint predicts

Samsung in 2014: Pocket-lint predicts

By 1 January 2014

A new year is upon us and with it come lots of new gadgets and products to look forward to - or so we hope. We have already predicted what we think Apple will be bringing to the table in 2014 based on rumours, leaks, analysts and insiders, and now it... >>

Samsung to introduce 4K UHD Galaxy S5 with 4GB of double speed DDR4 RAM?

Samsung to introduce 4K UHD Galaxy S5 with 4GB of double speed DDR4 RAM?

By 30 December 2013

Samsung has announced that it has developed the first LPDDR4 RAM. In long form that’s the first 8-gigabit, lover power, double rate 4 RAM. Which means it could reveal the new Samsung Galaxy S5 packing 4GB of RAM, soon. As a result, it says, we can expect... >>

Samsung Galaxy S5 in metal and plastic could arrive in early 2014

Samsung Galaxy S5 in metal and plastic could arrive in early 2014

By 29 November 2013

Samsung is rumoured to be releasing its new flagship Galaxy S5 smartphone as early as March. It will come in both plastic and metal versions. According to Korean news site ET News the manufacturing of the S5 handset will begin in Vietnam this January... >>

Samsung Galaxy S5 to get 64-bit chip and 16-megapixel camera?

Samsung Galaxy S5 to get 64-bit chip and 16-megapixel camera?

By 8 November 2013

Since Apple unleashed its iPhone 5S with 64-bit A7 processor the rumour mill has been spinning out stories of Samsung bringing a 64-bit chip to its next flagship Galaxy S5. The latest evidence to support this comes from Digitimes. Admittedly the track... >>

Samsung Galaxy S5 to have 2560 x 1440 display, Galaxy S6 4K UHD screen?

Samsung Galaxy S5 to have 2560 x 1440 display, Galaxy S6 4K UHD screen?

By 6 November 2013

Samsung has revealed its smartphone display road map and it is looking to implement massive leaps in the resolution of its screens in the next two years. While we won't quite have Ultra High Definition 4K handsets next year, with that technology being... >>

Samsung planning Galaxy S5 for January 2014?

Samsung planning Galaxy S5 for January 2014?

By 10 October 2013

Samsung management is making plans to launch its next-generation Galaxy S5 flagship in January, to go on sale in February, a report from Korean site Joseilbo notes. Pocket-lint is unable to confirm the rumour, but there is some evidence as to why Samsung... >>

Samsung planning waterproof Active versions of Note 3 and Galaxy S5?

Samsung planning waterproof Active versions of Note 3 and Galaxy S5?

By 7 October 2013

Samsung has had reasonable success with its Galaxy S4 Active ruggedised, waterproof handset and is therefore tempted by the idea of similar follow-up device based on the Galaxy Note 3 and next year's Galaxy S5, it is claimed. Korea's Electronic Times... >>

Samsung improves OIS in new 13-megapixel smartphone sensor, iPhone bound?

Samsung improves OIS in new 13-megapixel smartphone sensor, iPhone bound?

By 7 October 2013

Samsung Electronics has unveiled a new camera module for smartphones that it claims dramatically improves on a number of areas. Featuring a 13-megapixel sensor, the company calls it "the world's highest-performance camera module". The main feature that... >>

Samsung Galaxy S5 could ditch the plastic casing for aluminium

Samsung Galaxy S5 could ditch the plastic casing for aluminium

By 29 August 2013

Samsung is rumoured to be switching from polycarbonate to aluminium and magnesium for its shell casings for next year's wave of Galaxy smartphones. It is speculated that the first device to ditch the plastic rear will be the Galaxy S5, but there are claims... >>

Samsung working on 16-megapixel camera with OIS for Galaxy S5, not Galaxy Note 3

Samsung working on 16-megapixel camera with OIS for Galaxy S5, not Galaxy Note 3

By 26 August 2013

A report has emerged from Korea that Samsung is working on a new 16-megapixel sensor with optical image stabilisation for future smartphones, but it won't be ready in time for the launch of the Galaxy Note 3. The new super-sized Android handset is expected... >>


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