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Samsung teases Unpacked 5 event in a new video

Samsung seems to be full stream ahead with it's upcoming front runner smartphone from the Galaxy S fleet, the yet to be announced, flagship Galaxy S5. Hours back we even got a view to the unannounced phone's total design language, with the help of cases surfaced on the Amazon's database, made by Spigen.

The official trailer video from the South Korean's YouTube account that buffered in and out from yesterday, looks to be in full dedication for the number, "5", with each words that appeared on screen is again squared by five. It's not just the number are talking here about, but also at the end of the footage, Samsung Mobile tends to notify the public about "The Next Galaxy". And after all this coming to a real deal until date, it will be a night mare if Samsung will not go official with the Galaxy S5 at their upcoming Mobile World Congress trade show event 'Unpacked 5', scheduled on 24th of this month, in Barcelona, Spain.

The latest reports from the rumor mill suggest us seeing a phone with Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 or 805 processor, speeding at 2.5GHz, 5.25-inches Quad HD Super AMOLED screen of 2560 x 1440 resolution display marked at 560 pixels-per-inch, three gigabytes of LPDDR3 Random Access Memory (RAM), 20 megapixels primary shooter with a two megapixels front facer, fingerprint scanner on the physical home button, 4G LTE Cat4 connectivity support, 3,000mAh powered battery and running Android version 4.4 KitKat out of the box.


Source: Samsung Mobile (YouTube)