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Samsung Galaxy S5 - the long-awaited upgrade
According to rumours, the S5's body is finally going to get an upgrade.
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With the Mobile World Congress just around the corner, the tech world is buzzing about the possible specifications that will be on this year's Samsung Galaxy S flagship smartphone.

This year will be the fifth release of the Galaxy S, and rumours are spreading fast.

The Galaxy S4 was a huge success, and at almost a year old, it's still a very capable smartphone.

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In my earlier review, I called it a gimmicky smartphone which was ugly and felt cheap to the touch.

Don't worry, my opinion about it hasn't changed; it still feels cheap, although it isn't really.

So needless to say, it will be easy for the new Galaxy S5 to blow me away.

Rumoured specs

According to rumours, the S5's body is finally going to get an upgrade.

Various reports have Samsung acquiring different companies for their polycarbonate and aluminium technology.

So the likelihood of the S5 being a premium product is very high. Many believe that it will have a unibody metal design, while others believe it will be flexible or curved like the LG G Flex and Samsung Galaxy R.

I would like to think it takes on a more traditional approach, being just a simple candybar-styled device and leave the bendy bits to a Samsung Galaxy R2.

What could also be possible is having two versions of the Galaxy S5, a normal and a premium, with the normal continues the form of Samsung's usual plasticy self.

In terms of the hardware, some of it looks like a fantasy. But if it all comes true, the S5 will have a 2K screen (2,560x1,440 resolution), equipped with an AMOLED display.

It would only be natural for Samsung to gun for the best pixels per inch (ppi) and screen density in the market for their next flagship.

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