AnonD-79318, 19 Feb 2014oh my. i hate on screen button. such a waste space.The things I always hated about android were the buttons. They should get rid of them altogether.
Anonymous, 19 Feb 2014on-screen buttons are waste of display spaceYou're right! I own Xperia Z, and I'm using app(Auto hide soft keys) to enjoy full 5 inch of my display.
I think Galaxy S5 will come in 2 versions one has QHD and another has HD display .
The S4 also recently got a firmware update that added these onscreen buttons.
Anonymous, 19 Feb 2014100000000000000000000000000000000% fake the cpu is only exynos 5 and it's not 64 bit like sams... moreYou expecting S5 to be 64bit?????? Impossible, thats still far into the future. Im sure they will launch a S5 64bit Edition when their 64bit CPU is ready, but now?? You must be the only person in the world who think thats a possibility.
Fake. It says its kitkat, yet it has blue network and battery logo in the status bar instead of white!
Maybe this is not fake. But in fact it could be the new F series that have been rumoured.fairly top end specs but not quite galaxy class. Of course it could just as well be fake so lets wait and see. Personally im looking forward to the s5 however with such devices coming out i will hold out to see what everyone else offers. Samsung also said they needed to go back to the drawing board for the s5 meaning a new shell, materials, software and hardware, everything. So lets see if they stuck to their word :-) few more days right ?
you know that you can put onscreen buttons even if you have hardbuttons right? they might have done this to play with us!
what about home button??? & white kitkat like battery icon on the top right side. It's should be fake
This looks fake to me.
Exynos 5420 can not do 2160p recording. It was hardware limitation on Note 3...
also onscreen buttons conflict with other rumors.
This is a made up image. look at the icon at the top left corner, it changes position just like that...
100000000000000000000000000000000% fake the cpu is only exynos 5 and it's not 64 bit like samsung nearly confirmed