Leaks: Samsung S5 will still use 32-Bit Processor, with other New Features

According to phonearena, the next generation Samsung flagship phone GALAXY S5 will continue to use 32-bit processor, equipped with fingerprint technology.

According to KGI Securities analyst, the GALAXY S5 will have standard and premium versions, with key differences in the screen resolution and processor. The standard version will be equipped with either Exynos 5422 8-core processor or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. On the other hand, the premium version will use Exynos 5430 8-core processor. The Exynos 5430 is manufactured with 20 nanometer technology, possessing 3 GB RAM and more advanced graphics capabilities. However, it will not be the rumoured 64-bit processor.

Although both versions will adopt the 5.2" Super AMOLED display, their resolution will be different. The premium version will be outfitted with 2k resolution and a pixel density of 560 ppi, while the standard version will be having FHD display and  pixel density of only 423 ppi. In addition, since the iris recognition technology is not mature, the fingerprint recognition technology will be used.

GALAXY S5 will also be using the Synaptics technology in order to improve finger gestures recognition. This will greatly increase the accuracy and input speed. By combining the Synaptics technology, there may be the probability of gesture text input.

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