Samsung to Unveil Galaxy S 5 on Monday at Unpacked in Barcelona, Forums Created
It’s so close, you can almost smell it. “TheNextGALAXY” is set to be announced on Monday at Samsung’s Unpacked 5 event in Barcelona. And while the “next Galaxy” could come as an entirely new Galaxy-branded line, we think that it’s fairly safe to assume that this is for the Samsung Galaxy S 5.
At this point, rumors are flying around left and right regarding the device and its potential specifications and features. The Unpacked 5 trailer video shown above even hints at the next version of the device being waterproof (wet5) and having new camera features (focus5). But unfortunately, very little is known about the device other than its likely Monday release.
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