Samsung Galaxy S5 release date in January to stem Galaxy S4 sales slump?
11th Oct 2013 | 21:44
Samsung may do its song and dance at the top of the year
The suspected mid-January announcement could coincide with Samsung's presence at CES 2014.
However, we know that Samsung literally likes to do its own song and dance when introducing a new Galaxy S smartphone. And that may be the case early next year.
Naver say Naver?
January is always a tricky month to launch refreshed technology because companies often tout their previous generation gadgets during the holidays a month prior. Customers could feel burned.
However, the source, Naver, is a site made up of ex-Samsung employees, and we do know that the Korean electronics giant really wants to upgrade its smartphone to compete with the iPhone 5S.
The Galaxy S5 is expected to level the processor playing field with a 64-bit chip that's eight cores in all countries this time.
Since Bada development was rolled into Tizen, this may be Samsung's first baby steps away from Google's dominate Android operating system. We may find out at the start of the new year.