Samsung has a whole new Galaxy S5 on the way and, while the handset seems to be destined for South Korean only at the moment we’re really, really hoping that it sees release elsewhere in the world sooner rather than later.
That’s because the Galaxy S5 LTE-A, as it is known at the moment, is set to feature a monster display – cramming a resolution of 2450 x 1440 into a screen just 5.1-inches in size.
Also on the cards is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 processor, the first appearance of the chip in a smartphone that we’re aware of, and Samsung is going to be bumping up the RAM allocation to 3GB.
Otherwise, there will also be support for 4K video recording, which is fitting since Samsung is going all out on the screen with this particular handset.
As for the model number for this revamped Galaxy S5, that’s because it will have support for LTE-Advanced, which should allow it to attain data connection speeds of up to 225Mb/s in South Korea, where the internet is very, very fast.
Colour us extremely jealous indeed.