When we first started hearing about the Samsung Galaxy S5 last year, we initially heard that Samsung would be announcing the handset earlier than normal, and it may be announced in February and go on sale in March.
Recent rumors have suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S5 will be announced in April or March, although there is a strong possibility that Samsung will unveil the handset at Mobile World Congress later this month.
Samsung has now sent out invites to its MWC press event, which the company is calling ‘Unpacked 5’, a possible hint at the launch of the Galaxy S5.
The guys over at The Verge have spoken to Samsung, and were told ‘We can’t tell you what ‘5’ means’, which would indicate that Samsung has something to announce related to the number 5.
We have heard a number of rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S5 over the last few months, the handset is rumored to feature a 5.25 inch QHD display that will have a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels.
The Galaxy S5 is also rumored to launch with the new Samsung ISOCELL camera, which is a 16 megapixel camera, and the device may also feature fingerprint technology like the iPhone 5S.
We are hoping to have more information on Samsung latest flagship Android smartphone later this month, if it does launch at MWC 2014, then we can expect the handset to hit the stores worldwide some time in March.
Source The Verge
Please note, the above image is a concept design of what the new Galaxy S5 may look like.