So the Samsung Galaxy S5 has a 2K display after all? And available globally!

More purported leaked Antutu benchmarks from China claim the Samsung Galaxy S5 does have a 2K display after all!

Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is one of the most talked about Android smartphones of the moment and as such leaks and purported specifications have been a common feature in the headlines. This isn’t the first time purported Antutu scores of the Samsung Galaxy S5 have appeared, but this time specs are different again an include a higher resolution display!

According to these Antutu benchmarks, the Galaxy S5 aka Samsung SM-G900R4 has a 1440p display (2560 x 1440 resolution), Snapdragon 800 quad-core CPU, 3GB RAM , 32GB memory, 2 megapixel front camera and 16 megapixel rear.

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These Antutu scores aren’t to say the previous leaks were false, sources close to Samsung say that there will be various versions of the S5 including a 1080p display model and ale an Exynos 5422 version of the phone. In fact the Samsung Galaxy S5 could well be a truly global device with versions available for all major markets.

Here are the leaked Samsung Galaxy S5 serial numbers and the countries they will be available in;

  • SM-G9006V_CHN_CHN (China)
  • SM-G9008V_CHN_ZM (China)
  • SM-G9009D_CHN_CTC (China)
  • SM-G900A_NA_ATT (AT & T)
  • SM-G900D_JPN_DCM (Japan)
  • SM-G900F_EUR_XX (Europe)
  • SM-G900H_EUR_XX (Europe)
  • SM-G900I_SEA_XSA (Asia)
  • SM-G900J_JPN_KDI (Japan)
  • SM-G900K_KOR_KTC (South Korea)
  • SM-G900L_KOR_LGT (South Korea)
  • SM-G900M_LA_VF (Vodafone)
  • SM-G900P_NA_SPR (Sprint)
  • SM-G900R4_NA_USC (US Cellular)
  • SM-G900S_KOR_SKC (South Korea)
  • SM-G900T_NA_TMB (T-Mobile)
  • SM-G900V_NA_VZW (Verizon)
  • SM-G900W8_NA_BMC (BMC)

We will keep our eyes on the latest Samsung Galaxy S5 news and rumours and will keep you updated!

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  1. Stef
    February 9, 2014

    Basically a slower, smaller note 3. I wonder why Samsung even bothers. I mean clearly 1080p is the most the human eye can see on phones and upping the resolution without upping the rest of the specs can spell disaster. As I said, a slower smaller note 3, is there anyone that would want to buy sth that is already worse than something else released half a year ago?

    • Cuerex
      February 9, 2014

      that was said with 720p too

      • Stef
        February 10, 2014

        Indeed 1080p made no difference in sub 5inchers. It’s only that phones -as of late- went close to 6 inches where 1080p matters.

        1440p to start to matter we’d have to climb close to 8 inch phones, for
        anything below that it’s a waste of bandwidth/res, the human eye cannot
        perceive it.

        Do you think that we are going to have 8-inch
        phones anytime soon? If yes, then indeed the move to 1440p makes sense,
        if not it’s idiotic…

        So 540p, 720p, 1080p, 1440p
        In short 1440p is great for anywhere between 8 and 10 inch tablets, it’s atrocious for phones…

        • Cuerex
          February 10, 2014

          i don’t think so because huger devices means less comfort in your trousers and hands… higher resolutions are made because it is fairly easy for the manufacteurer to produce such tiny screens without huge failure rates compared to large TV panels

          the only logic behind this is buzzwords to convince the customer that you get a device with more specs than the older one because the flagship market is crowded and you need something to push through and thats only possible with “cutting edge” specs

  2. Allanitomwesh
    February 10, 2014

    meh,not exactly exciting….