Although Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is only a few months old, speculation has already started about the next flagship mobile phone from the company.
The proposed Samsung Galaxy S5 is expected to host a 16-megapixel camera, according to the latest leak from the South Korean site Electronic Times News. It claimed that the feature was already being developed in order to improve on the 13-megapixel function that was found on the Samsung Galaxy S4.
According to the site, it’s also thought that Samsung will be ready to launch the new smartphone in March next year, which isn’t really that far away.
It also suggested that the camera module will feature image stabilisation technology which was reportedly supposed to be intended for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, which is thought to be arriving next month, but problems with the supply chain prevented this.
Posted by Samantha Green