Rumors continue to be coming in after the vice president of Samsung declared the release date to be around Mid-March.
Latest reports suggest that the device will come with a new type of lithium ion battery that has 20 percent more energy in the same size module as the Galaxy S4 battery, long with a rapid-charging technology that will get the new Samsung Galaxy S5 powered up in less than two hours.
According to some sources of PhoneArena, battery for the Galaxy S5 will be 2900 mAh, which is stronger compared to the previous Galaxy S4’s 2600 mAh one. The S5’s battery life may not necessarily be immensely boosted, but the increase in power output is definitely worth appreciating.
Rumored specifications of the Galaxy S5 so far is a 5.25 inch Super AMOLED display with Quad HD (2560 x 1440) resolution, a 16 Megapixel camera and Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box.
We can expect to see the upcoming Samsung flagship device to accompany new features such as head tracking and an iris scanner, which could make use of the extra battery output.
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