Samsung Galaxy S5 spec rumors disclosed that the next generation of Galaxy phones would have an all metal aluminum un-body, according to Design 3.0, a revamp team that is working on the new phone.
While the release date is still unknown, a later report says that the Galaxy S5 will have a carbon fiber body. According to idigitaltimes.com, Samsung has recently purchased half the shares of SGL group, which is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of carbon based products.
If the device is eventually constructed with carbon fiber, it would most likely be 120 grams in weight and 7 mm thick.
Bob Freking, a designer, told idigitaltimes.com that the device will run Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, which is scheduled to come out in October. Moreover, he speculates that it will have a 16 mega-pixel camera, optical image stabilization and 6 x lossless zoom.
In terms of memory size, Freking suggests a 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory, which would be a response to large number of user complaints about lack of internal memory and heavy RAM usage.
As smart-phone buyers seek for faster phones, they are looking for phones with faster connection speeds such as the 4G LTE. Freking suggests that as Samsung Galaxy S4-LTC Advanced has been rolled out in South Korea, it is highly probable that Samsung Galaxy S5 would have LTE connections.