Samsung will most likely announce a more powerful Galaxy S5 later this week, according to a report by Yonhap News (h/t Sam Mobile). The device will probably sell as Galaxy S5 LTE-A through SK Telecom with an announcement slated for June 19.
But here is where it gets more interesting. Apparently, a Samsung Mobile store site posted this image along with some of the specs.
According to them, the new Galaxy S5 will support LTE-A and have a 5.1-inch WQHD Super AMOLED Display, 3GB RAM, Snapdragon 805 and Android 4.4.2. There’s no word on the change in design but previous leaks have been hinting on a premium design as well.
This is the second time, Samsung will launch a faster version of its already announced flagship phone.
Last year, Samsung announced a faster version of the Galaxy S4 as Galaxy S4 LTE-A in South Korea with Snapdragon 800 and LTE-A support.