The Samsung Galaxy S5 release date is coming, it’s just a matter of when. Rumors point to an arrival within the next few months and the release is likely to include a number of U.S. carriers including stalwarts like AT&T. While we haven’t seen anything about the Galaxy S5 release date in the United States just yet, we want to relay our expectations.
Since the tail end of last year, Samsung Galaxy S5 rumors have been swirling around, teasing consumers in the United States and elsewhere. The device is widely expected to be coming to replace the Galaxy S4 and Samsung has done nothing to quell those expectations. On the contrary, Samsung has helped to fuel the Samsung Galaxy S5 launch.
Rumors point to a powerful phone and one that has the potential to challenge the top smartphones on the market including the iPhone 5s, Galaxy Note 3, HTC One, and more. From the looks of things, it should be able to give Apple’s 2014 iPhone a run for its money, a device that is currently called iPhone 6.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is thought to be coming in metal and plastic, be sporting a 5.25-inch QHD display and or a 1080 display, boasting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chip or a Exynos 6 chip from Samsung, a 16MP camera sensor, Android 4.4 KitKat, a new user interface, and new security features. In other words, it’s a device that is out in the open.
Galaxy S5 rumors point to a launch in March with a release possibly coming in April. Those rumors have helped to excite consumers in the United States, and elsewhere, despite failing to confirm any specifics. There are still a number of mysteries concerning the Galaxy S5 and its release dates.