The screen size will undergo another bump, this time to 5.24", and the resolution will follow – the new Super AMOLED screen will reportedly have QHD resolution (2,560 x 1,600 pixels). The pixel density will jump to 560ppi but the effects on visual quality are hard to predict (it depends on the matrix, really).
The chipset will continue Samsung's current approach of having a Snapdragon version (805 in this case) and an Exynos version (Exynos 6, but the core configuration is unknown). Both versions will have 3GB RAM say the rumors.
Anyway, the camera should be a 16MP shooter with a leaked sample photo to back up those claims. The front-facing camera will allegedly have 3.2MP resolution. There's nothing on video capture, but we'd be surprised if the Galaxy S5 doesn’t do UHD video like the Note 3.
The storage options will be 32GB and 64GB, with the 16GB option conspicuously missing. It's high time the built-in storage caught up with the rest of the advancements.
Finally, the battery capacity is said to be 3,200mAh, which sounds quite probable considering the LG G2 (a 5.2" phone) has a 3,000mAh juice pack.
None of these predictions sound particularly outlandish, but it's still too early to take them for granted. We haven’t heard anything on the metal and plastic versions rumor recently, but with a Galaxy S4 Black Edition out, a faux leather back seems like a safe bet.
Awe...Now this one is just sad. Does the S4 working that well with features you do not have make you that angry that you troll someone with your personal biased ignorance??
The specs are good but according to the power in these processors RAM should be at least 4 gb & internal memory should be at least 32 gb, to keep optimal performance in long run (e.g. If you use your phone for 2-3 years)