Samsung Galaxy S5 4G+ goes official in Singapore with Snapdragon 805 touch
Yet another variant of Samsung’s flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S5, has been unveiled. This brings to the total number of the Galaxy S5 reincarnations to seven. Yes, and that’s eight if you include the GS5 itself.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 4G+ was today announced on Singapore’s SingTel mobile network. The new smartphone finds itself working with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 processor instead of an 801 on the Galaxy S5, giving it a massive speed limit of 225 megabytes per second LTE download.
Apart from the processor, everything remains the same so the Galaxy S5 4G+ still has a 5.1″ 1080 x 1920 pixels display, 2GB of RAM, 16MP/2.1MP camera duo and a 2880mAh user-removable battery.
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