Samsung Project KQ is soon to be released according to news report and it will feature the upmarket version of Galaxy S5 smartphone. Sources anticipate Samsung?s new smartphone coming out in June, ahead of LG?s upcoming G3.
Project KQ Rumours
Based on the reports from Korean newspaper AsiaToday, Samsung Project KQ is expected to come out very soon that features an upmarket version of the latest Samsung flagship smartphone, Galaxy S5.
According to their unnamed sources, Samsung will make the smartphone official around June 2014. Project KQ was reported earlier as Galaxy S5 Prime which offers higher specifications compared to model released recently. It features certain upgrades rumoured before on Galaxy S5 original such as 2K display, Exynos octa-core processor and possible a new RAM chipset technology.
Galaxy S5 Prime aka Project KQ
In June 2014, a variant of Galaxy S5 called ?Prime? is set to become official that boasts 5.2-inches QHD or 2K display which offers 2560 x 1440 pixels and 564 ppi pixel density. Galaxy S5 original that was released recently offers 5.1-inch display screen with 1080 x 1920 pixels and 432 ppi pixel density which makes ?Prime? more immersive.
Releasing a QHD smartphone version of Galaxy S5 is a possible intention to keep up with upcoming models such as LG G3 and already released devices like Oppo Find 7 that offers 2K display screen.
In addition to that, Samsung wants to get ahead on LG similar with what happened on flexible display models. Galaxy Round was a month ahead on release than LG G Flex that gave Samsung the advantage.
Other specs featured by Galaxy S5 prime include the latest Samsung Exynos 5430 octa-core processor chipset with new silicon features ? quad-core 2.1 GHz Cortex-A15 and quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A7 while graphics rendering is managed by ARM-Mali GPU chipset.
It is unknown if Samsung will use Exynos Infinity as well with another type of Galaxy S5 Prime that features 64-bit processing as announced at Mobile World Congress 2014.
If compared with the rumoured LG G3 smartphone, LG?s new pride sports 5.5-inch of QHD display with 534 ppi pixel density and quad-core Krait 400 Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor.
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