We all know that Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy S 5 on Monday. Samsung knows that we know, and has been hyping up the device without actually sharing real information on it. The latest tease is a continuation of its hype train as it continues to associate its latest flagship device with the finer things in life.
In the latest "trailer" for the upcoming Galaxy S 5, Samsung associates its device with a number of buzzwords, like explorer, curiosity, create, surprise, fun and dad. All of these are then taken to the fifth power which seems to indicate that the Galaxy S 5 might actually have a superscript 5 instead of the usual number.
In other words, Samsung may be going the obnoxious route with its latest flagship device's name - Galaxy S5. Trust me, it's more obnoxious to format superscript than you might think.
Anyway, check out Samsung's latest teaser to get a taste of all the things they're taking to the fifth power with their latest device:
While teaser videos are nice, we still don't know anything about the actual specs of the device. According to Digital Trends, Samsung's latest flagship may come in two flavors - standard and prime. Both devices will share a 5.2-inch display, but that's where the similarities end. The standard will sport a 1080p display powered by a Snapdragon 800 CPU and 2GB of RAM. The Prime will up the resolution to 2560x1440, sport a Exynos 5 Octa CPU and upgrade the RAM to 3GB.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 will be unveiled on February 24 at Samsung's event in Barcelona. We can only hope that they actually don't go with the superscript in the name.
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