Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is the talk of the town, and with all the speculations building up, it’s quite tough to keep a track of the developments. A few reports ago, it was learnt that the flagship phone from Samsung might spawn two variants. According to Sammobile, the Galaxy S5 can have two variants – the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S5 Prime, when it’s announced at the Unpacked event during the Mobile World Congress on February 24. Also Read - Samsung and LG confirm presence at in-person CES 2022
Phone case manufacturer Spigen has listed two cases on Amazon, one for the Galaxy S5 and the other for Galaxy S5 Prime. But the details are bleak at best, and there’s some discrepancy in the description and images of the cases too. Also, it is rightly mentioned in the report that Spigen could have done this to attract some prospective buyers. Also Read - Galaxy S21 FE to support 25W charging but will Samsung put it in the box?
But if the nomenclature stays like that, we can expect a standard version of the Galaxy S5 to be placed below the fully loaded Galaxy S5 Prime. According to our previous report, the differences in two phones would go further than just a 2K display. The other additions on the premium model could be a better CPU and GPU combination, additional RAM and larger storage space.
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