Are you excited about Samsung’s upcoming mobile phones in 2014? The company is preparing to launch some high profile tablets with the Galaxy Note Pro and Galaxy Tab Pro series, but consumers are much more excited to see what happens with regards to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5 smartphone releases.
Both devices are highly anticipated and both are expected to release sometime in 2014. The Galaxy S5 looks certain to be announced at MWC 2014 with view to a Spring release, while we could see the Galaxy Note 4 take on the iPhone 6 towards the end of the year.
With Samsung remaining very quiet though on what hardware specs both devices will feature, we have been left to examine what the rumor mill has had to say about both phones.
Fortunately, it looks like we are going to be in with a treat with regards to upgrades from the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S4. We are hearing that Samsung will really push the boat out this year to ensure that their devices are chosen in preference against competition from Google and Apple.
Specifically, the Galaxy Note 4 could be a device that ships with a 4K resolution, a feature that would send a message out to all rivals, whilst stunning consumers with a display quality that hasn’t been seen on a phone before.
It could end up being the flagship Galaxy Note 4 feature, whilst Galaxy S5 specs could include something special too with an 64-bit 8-core Exynos processor combined with 4GB of RAM. We are also hearing whispers that the Galaxy S5 display will be even better than the S4 screen too, with something known as Quad-HD being discussed behind closed doors.
The Galaxy S5 could also go one better than the iPhone 5S fingerprint scanner, by offering enhanced security measures that allows the user to protect their phone and data with an eye retina scanner.
With the Galaxy Note 4 not expected until the end of the year, it also allows Samsung to simply shift features from the Galaxy S5 into the Note 4 – such as the processor and RAM. A mouth-watering 16 megapixel camera has also been rumored for both devices, but we’re yet to see more details on whether this is true or not.
We have been getting feedback from many happy Android owners who believe that Samsung is now starting to move ahead of Apple with the continuous upgrades on the Galaxy series.
Do you think that the Galaxy S5 and Note 4 will be able to hold their own against anything that Apple releases later on this year? Don’t forget that Apple could also have a 6-inch iPhone in the pipeline that could be a game changer for the company.
Either way, it is a very exciting time to be a Samsung Galaxy fan with both the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5 on the way in 2014.
Give us your opinions on the level of specs discussed for both devices so far and whether they meet your desires. Alternatively, let us know below if you want to see a new type of feature that hasn’t been the subject of rumors yet.
If you can only choose one – will you buy the Galaxy Note 4 or Galaxy S5?