Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime will have 5.2 inch QHD glass says insider

Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime will have 5.2 inch QHD glass says insider
According to someone who worked on the Kids Mode for the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime will feature a 5.2 inch display with a QHD resolution (1440 x 2560). The device is code named the Samsung Galaxy S5 G906 with an internal name of KQ (Lentis). This would be Samsung's first device flaunting a QHD screen and depending on when the device is launched (assuming, of course, that it WILL be launched), this could be the first phone offered in the U.S. with such a resolution.

It appears that the next-gen version of the Samsung Galaxy Mega will keep the 720 x 1280 resolution that the OG models offered. This time, the phone will offer a screen somewhere between last year's 5.8 inch and 6.3 inch models, with a 6 inch screen. Code named the K Mega (Vasta), the product code is G750. Lastly, the Samsung Galaxy S5 mini aka the Atlantic, Galaxy S5 Dx, the K mini or the G800, will feature a 4.5 inch screen, also with a 720 x 1280 resolution.

When the Samsung Galaxy S5 was unveiled at MWC in Barcelona, there was much disappointment since many had expected the 1440 x 2560 resolution glass. Now, it seems that Samsung is ready for redemption, with the premium version of its flagship phone.

Thanks for the tip xPlayer57!

source: GSMArena

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