Samsung may be rushing the Galaxy S5 along due to weaker than expected S4 sales
0. phoneArena 11 Oct 2013, 09:42 posted on
Citing Samsung insiders, South Korean Joseilbo reports that Sammy is hurrying the release of the Galaxy S5 along due to weaker sales than the company was hoping for internally...
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56. sarge77 (Posts: 202; Member since: 14 Mar 2013)
rush fail yes the stupid thing every phone eventually will be the same they all have s800 chips and guess what clocked at 2.3 wow nothing special think outside the box be creative use a different chip or make your own like 5s snapdragon getting played out especially since they all have equal specs.
57. Apoorvtheman (Posts: 42; Member since: 25 Jun 2012)
The biggest problem with Samsung is that all of their phones have the same design,the flagship exclusivity gets lost and in my country people think that the galaxy s duos is an S4 so why spend so much money on a phone that doesn't have differentiated looks?
58. aanar (Posts: 3; Member since: 12 Oct 2013)
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59. Trex95 (Posts: 900; Member since: 03 Mar 2013)
What's going on with Samsung this days they increase the SGS4 Octa core price and reduced the snapdragon LTE SGS4 and now rushing the SGS5?!.
62. AeroPrime (Posts: 175; Member since: 21 Feb 2011)
Doesn't that look like the Nexus One made by HTC LOL.
66. 9thWonderful (Posts: 232; Member since: 24 Jan 2013)
i hope they change the design of it to something totally diff. & stop producing all these random other "Galaxy S God-knows-what-else" models. the Note 3 should be the last of the S4'ish look. i'm all for frequent releases of the next iteration but if it's not gonna be done in a decent quality manner...then don't bother.
67. poping (unregistered)
pls use the same design as note3...
with envelope tracker...
plus the usual wolfson audio...
70. sathinator (Posts: 5; Member since: 29 Sep 2013)
What's the point of a 64-bit chip if the OS doesn't support it???
71. sathinator (Posts: 5; Member since: 29 Sep 2013)
Oops, sorry - marketing, that's why! Let's face it, it worked for them selling a dual-core Galaxy S2, when Android 2.3 Gingerbread didn't properly support multi-cores. The misleading marketing worked then, so why wouldn't it work again now?