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Samsung Galaxy S5 features within propaganda

Even though the iPhone 5S is expected this year, there is still a great deal of hype for the iPhone 6, because this is expected to come with a larger display and other radical features — well that’s the hope.

This is the same thing with Samsung, as the Galaxy S4 is about 3 months old and already we are talking about possible Samsung Galaxy S5 features, which we are not surprised about considering some of you were disappointed and felt Samsung had been lazy with the design of the S4.

Having already looked at several Galaxy S5 concepts, wanted specs, and proposed design, we recently came across an article that looked at the Samsung Galaxy S5 propaganda, which gave us a great insight into the new features that consumers would like to see make it on the Galaxy S4 successor.

Fans of Samsung’s flagship range reacted to a video on YouTube (see below) and once they watched it their comments pulled in some astounding Galaxy S5 specs, but the likelihood of some of them making it to the handset in 2014 is slim, although it is nice to dream.

We expect the Galaxy S5 hype to continue at its slow pace, only to kick into another gear at CES 2014, as this is when we are likely to see some technology that could conceivable be seen on the S5 when release in April next year.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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