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December 3, 2013

Samsung Galaxy S5 to be launched in February 2014

To be produced in Vietnam from January 2014.

By CBR Staff Writer

Samsung has reportedly revealed plans to launch its new Galaxy S5, making it the latest entry into the South Korean smartphone maker’s Galaxy line-up, in February 2014.

Production of the new smartphone, which is anticipated to be launched in metal and plastic versions, is expected to start in Vietnam from January 2014.

According to reports from ET News, the top version will feature a metal chassis and flexible screen, while the lower-end variant would come with a plastic casing and a normal screen.

Anticipated features of the new device include a Super AMOLED 5in display, a 16-Megapixel camera and 3GB of RAM, in addition to a 4,000MaH battery.

In October, the South Korean firm launched the world’s first curved screen smartphone, dubbed Galaxy Round, which features a flexible 5.7-inch high definition display and would facilitate checking information including the date, time, battery life and missed calls while the home screen is turned off.

Samsung grabbed the world’s number one handset seller crown after recording the highest device sales of 120.1 million, across all the continents during Q3.

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