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Samsung Galaxy S5 Active shows it's face off on camera

Samsung's new impending phone from their Galaxy Active line-up of devices have made it's debut on internet in a 4K video, which is taped with an original Samsung Galaxy S5, as said by the producer of the footage.

The new phone is the rugged and toughened version of the South Korean multinational electronics manufacturer's 2014 front runner handset, dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active, which is model named SM-G870A. The phone itself, along with the internal specification details and benchmark scores comes in courtesy of TK TECH NEWS'S YouTube channel, where the user notes the device you see from the above picture and below videos is an AT&T version of the company's release for the Stateside.

The smartphone itself looks like a hiked version of the company's previously announced Galaxy S4 Active, with some added on weight on it's body and bulked-up design. It has also got the physical hardware buttons on the front display, just like the predecessor. On the back we see the same flagship like setup, with the primary lens sitting above the dedicated LED flash light and the heart rate sensor. Towards the bottom left corner slot the speaker, there is still that flap covering the USB port for dust and water resistance down below, while the headphone jack placed on the top edge. The newly leaked unit's back battery door is removable, where fits in a large elongated battery and the SIM card slot.

The interesting fact here is that, the AMOLED screen's resolution is revealed by the benchmarks as 1080p, the user claims the pixels count to be higher than what he see's from the benchmark's device information page, as the phone is said to have a crisp display when compared to the original Galaxy S5 kept side-by-side. The phone seems to feature Samsung's own TouchWiz User Interface out of the box on top of Android 4.4.2 KitKat.

In term of the benchmarking and the anticipated internals, the phone will have a Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset, Adreno 330 Graphics Processing Unit, a screen panel of 1080 x 1920 resolution display, 15.9 megapixels main camera on the back, running over Android's version 4.4.2 KitKat and scores 35917 points, on AnTuTu's benchmark database. That's not it, according to Geekbench 3 application, the processor is running at 2.46GHz, also there is a 1.81 gigabytes of Random Access Memory and scores 952 single-core score and 2878 multi-core score. Lastly, as far as CPU-Z app is concerned, the internal storage capacity is 11.49 gigabytes, packs in sensors including accelerometer, magnetic field sensor, gyroscope, barometer, proximity sensor, RGB sensor, Samsung step detector sensor, Samsung step counter sensor and Samsung Motion sensor.

It looks Samsung is keeping up their high-end standard to their upcoming smartphones, than just making it exclusive to the flagship fleet. How are you looking forward with this next generation solid and robust smartphone from Samsung, let us know in the comments below.

Source: TK TECH NEWS (YouTube) 1, 2, Engadget