For now, the phone is only launching in South Korea
The Galaxy S5 gets a new variant which has just been announced by Samsung and we must say that this is one of those phones for which the Samsung fans had been keeping an eye out for since a very long time. It is an upgraded or rather a more ‘luxurious’ version of the already existing Galaxy S5 with bumped up features and above all, a QHD 2K display. The phone was on the rumor-mill since quite a long time and it was often leaked with the name of Galaxy F/S5 but it has finally been given the LTE-A tag. Apart from this, the phone and all that it holds inside seems to be in line with everything we had heard before.
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It sports the same 5.1 inch screen but the results have been improved with adding in more pixels to get it to a resolution of 2560×1440 which is similar to what you would get on the 27-inch iMac. So this Samsung phone can stand in the line with all the latest offerings by LG. The phone is going to be powered by a 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 805 processor which is going to help the phone connect faster to the super-fast LTE that’s on offer in South Korea. And just as we said that, here comes the bad news. For now, the phone is only launching in South Korea so if anyone was dreaming of having the phone would have to import it.