Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Samsung set to supercharge Galaxy S5 battery

Samsung set to supercharge Galaxy S5 battery


One.. Two.. Three.. CHAARGE!!

Hot on the heels of news that the Samsung Galaxy S5 won't pop up at MWC 2014 comes a little more detail about what we can expect at the South Korean's mid-March launch.
According to a tip sent to Phone Arena, the Galaxy S5 will sport a much-improved 2900mAh battery, up from the S4's sizeable 2600mAh power pack.
News of a larger capacity is nothing special, but the same tip suggests that the S5's juice pack will charge from zero to full in under 2 hours, perhaps employing the self-healing technology developed at Sanford University.
This would be a massive boost, providing a viable alternative to the removable battery problem that has supposedly been the reason behind Samsung's lack of metal handsets.

2K or not 2K, that is the question

A larger battery would also make sense, given the persistent rumours that surround the inclusion of a 2K screen on the Galaxy S5.
We might be in for a shock though, as a device under the moniker SM-G900A appeared on UAProf, coming complete with 1080p screen.
This could prove to be a cheaper version of the S5, maybe the rumoured plastic Galaxy S5 or even the Galaxy S5 Mini. It could even be a completely new device.
We'll keep our eyes peeled for more information, and report back our findings from here, as well as from next month's MWC.