Although owners of the new-ish Samsung Galaxy S4
may still be swooning over the popular smartphone, the successor to Samsung’s flagship phone is already in the works. A new report has emerged that pegs the Samsung Galaxy S5’s release for March of 2014, with mass production beginning in January.
It will come in two variants, one with an aluminum and a bendable OLED display, and another sporting the same sort of plastic body we’re used to seeing from Samsung. Other reports indicate that the aluminum S5 will rock a 64-bit Exynos
processor while the plastic version will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor inside.
Samsung Galaxy S4, about to be supplanted
The device is also rumored to sport a 2k display, 16MP camera, and Android
4.4 (KitKat), and Samsung may also release an updated version of its Galaxy Gear smartwatch along with it.