There’s no shortage of Samsung Galaxy S5 rumors. The purported handset is reportedly being tested by AT&T in the US, while other are not so sure if it will come with the metallic chassis we’ve all been talking about. The handset with a model number SM-G900S was even spotted on the benchmarking site AnTuTu.
We also heard a rumor that the alleged Samsung Galaxy S5 may feature a flexible display, but it seems that may not happen. According to a new report from Korean shores, it is ‘unlikely’ for Samsung to adopt a curved display for its upcoming flagship device.
According to this report, it is unlikely for Samsung to use a curved display as factories may not be able to keep up with the high demand of a flagship device such Samsung Galaxy S5, at least during the first few weeks of launch. Instead, it’s mentioned that the company may launch a Samsung Galaxy S5 with a curved display later next year, but it is unlikely to happen at the launch of the flagship handset.
Well, we don’t know how much truth lies in this report and it should be taken with a pinch of salt. Other rumored specifications of Samsung Galaxy S5 include a 64-bit processor, 4GB of RAM, 5-inch display with 2K resolution and Android 4.4 KitKat pre-installed out of the box.
It could be possible as we’ve seen a similar situation with the Galaxy S4 this year as well. After launching the original Galaxy S4, Samsung unveiled a number of variants of the handset including Galaxy S4 Active, Galaxy S4 Zoom and a few more in different parts of the world.