We're expecting Samsung to announce its latest flagship, the Galaxy S5 in a couple of hours at the first of the year's Unpacked event at MWC. But because the internet is a leaky, leaky ship, we're seeing some images popping up already.
Todays images are coming to us from SaudiAndroid and HardwareZone via TechCrunch. We'll have to wait a few hours to find out if they're real, but they seem to show some of what we've been expecting including a larger screen than the Galaxy S4 that doesn't quite get to Galaxy Note massiveness.
Other notable additions include what appears to be a higher-resolution camera that's capable of UHD video.
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75" TCL Mini LED TV
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Aside from the larger body, the images suggest the Galaxy S5 will have a dimple (pocked?) back. Hardly radical?
We're hearing that the S5 will have a fingerprint scanner. Could this be it?
What are you all seeing in these images? What you were expecting? What you wanted?