We're just a few hours away now from Samsung's Unpacked5 launch event at MWC 2014, and we're finally seeing some decent pics of the expected star of the show – the Galaxy S5.
A bunch of images have hit Twitter showing various aspects of the Galaxy S5 in clear detail, including this shot showing the S5 sandwiched between the Galaxy Note 3 and the existing Galaxy S4.
In total we make it 11 different images of the incoming Galaxy S5 that have been posted by @SaudiAndroid. And aside from obviously showing the general look of what we can expect from the fifth iteration of Samsung's flagship smartphone, there are a few specifics that are worth pointing out.
First of all is the rear cover, which as opposed to the smooth plastic finish Samsung has typically favoured in the past, this time Sammy has gone with a kind of perforated finish and what seems like a more textured material.
But it's clearly still a plastic-based shell, and there's no evidence in the images of any alternative variant with a metal case, as has been rumoured. In fact, @SaudiAndroid reckons no such version exists.
As for the rest, expect the 5.2in display, Exynos eight-core/2.5GHz quad-core processor options, 3GB of RAM, 20MP camera, 3000mAh battery and Android 4.4 KitKat to be confirmed in Lewis' coverage of the Unpacked5 event, which starts at 7pm UK time.