Sunday, November 24, 2013

Top 5 Samsung Galaxy S5 Features That Will Beat iPhone 6 on Release Date

Both Samsung Galaxy S5 and iPhone 6 are expected to hit the market early next year, most probably in March. Ever since, Samsung and Apple had been competing with each other to see which company and devices get ahead in the market. This will also be the case next year.
Below are the top five Samsung Galaxy S5 features that will surely beat the iPhone 6.
64 bit Chip Processor
Korean Herald reported that Samsung and ARM confirmed that they will soon launch a 14 nm 64-bit Exynos 6 CPU chips in 2014 and they will be featured in the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4. The unnamed ARM official said that the new processor will be similar to iPhone 5S' A7 processor. Moreover, Samsung's CEO of Mobile, Shin Jong-Kyun confirmed that 64-bit processors are coming on the future Samsung smartphones last September.
Retina scanner
If Apple's iPhone packs a Retina display and TouchID fingerprint scanner, Samsung Galaxy S5 will beat it with its rumoured retina scanner. This will add security to the handset just as the purpose of iPhone 5S' fingerprint sensor.
3-sided YOUM display
According to a report from Bloomberg, upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 may feature may pack three-sided screen display. The latest display technology is called YOUM AMOLED display and reports claimed that the technology is in its development stage. The report said that new screen displays will offer users three different sides that are all functional.
16 MP ISOCELL Camera
One of the confirmed features of Samsung Galaxy S5 and Note 4 is a 16 MP ISOCELL camera sensor. The ISOCELL sensor is Samsung's new innovation in mobile cameras. The company said it improves picture quality by physically isolating individual pixels. According to Samsung, ISOCELL provides for better shooting in low-light conditions as well as higher color fidelity. It is the evolution of the BSI (Back Side Illumination) sensor, which itself evolved from the FSI (Front Side Illumination) camera. In the ISOCELL sensor, Samsung has reportedly erected a literal, physical barrier between every pixel. That amounts to less overlap in what the pixels absorb, creating higher-quality, sharper images.
Android 4.4 KitKat OS
It is speculated that the Samsung Galaxy S5 will be the first smartphone of the company to pack the latest Android 4.4 KitKat OS. Samsung always launched a new device when Google released a new Android OS. For example, Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 3 packed with 4.3 Jelly Bean OS before rolling out the update for its other devices. This may be the case on Android 4.4 KitKat OS.
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