The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 is at the moment probably one of the most talked about subjects in the mobile world. And it seems that this suits the people at Samsung since they encourage these rumors and even help spread others by making ambiguous statements in relation to its future flagship phone. When even the Vice-President makes statements
meant to get people hyped about the new device then you know they really want everything to go well. recently, Samsung's mobile businesses' Vice-President, Lee Young Hee, made a few comments in relation to the soon-to-be-launched Samsung Galaxy S5 and the new wearable device as well, expected in 2014 as well.
One of the latest rumors about the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S5 states that the flagship phone will be released at the 2014 edition of the Mobile World Congress and Samsung's VP hinted that this might be true by reminding that each year they announced their new phones around April and March. Apparently, the guys at Samsung are planning to hold on to this tradition and launch the new phone in that period as well. And as we've mentioned in a previous article
, Samsung head of design Dennis Miloseski also talked about the new Galaxy Gear.
Furthermore, we know that Apple included fingerprint recognition on the iPhone 5S and it seems that Samsung will counter this possibly including iris scanning technology on the Galaxy S5. One reason might be the fact that people are very interested in it. There is also the possibility that the phone will have a three-sided display as the ones presented by Samsung in 2013 at the CES, allowing users to use the phone from the sides as well.
With the announcement of four brand-new tablets at the CES, Samsung is obviously stating its intentions to develop this side of its business by focusing on it more. TouchWiz is also on the list for development and it looks as if Samsung has some plans to give it a new look but nothing is sure yet. So do you think the Samsung galaxy S5 will be the success story it is meant to be or will it face issues with sales as the Galaxy S4 did?