Samsung isn’t taking the softly, softly approach with the Samsung Galaxy S5, and after showing it off at MWC next week, the handset will then be made available for general sale in the middle of March.
Sources from Samsung and GSMArena have confirmed this move from the Korean company, who seems in a rush to release the handset, in an attempt to get one up on the All New HTC One, due to be revealed on March 25th.
We’ve been flooded with Samsung Galaxy S5 leaks over the past month, and with more and more news slowly trickling through the internet it’s no surprise to see Samsung attempt an early release.
Samsung will be revealing the fabled handset, this Sunday at an invite only event in Barcelona, just hours before MWC kicks off in the Spanish City.
Some leaks have suggested a gold version of the S5 handset, as well as a fingerprint scanner, metal chassis and a 16 megapixel snapper.
Whilst none of these rumours can be confirmed, they are expected to stand true, but until we actually see the handset, it’s still up in the air as to what specs we will be seeing.
Written by Luke Hatfield