Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom specs leaked (again), slimmer bod too

Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom specs leaked (again), slimmer bod tooAround 10 days ago we got a look at some fairly comprehensive Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom specs, courtesy of GFX Bench. Like the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, it’s a flagship variant with a focus on camera-related antics.

Those Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom specs are largely reiterated this week, this time appearing on… a piece of paper in Poland. You couldn’t make it up.

To be fair, Samsung has a fairly colossal R&D division near Warsaw, which immediately lends the mysterious sheet of paper a significant dose of credibility.

Most of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom specs are the same as before, including a 4.8in display, 2GB of RAM, a 20MP rear camera, and KitKat Android 4.4.

The major difference here is the mention of a 1.6GHz quad-core processor. Previously we were told to expect a Samsung Exynos 5 Hexa processor clocked at 1.3GHz. The former could of course be some sort of LTE variant, as per Samsung tradition.

There are a few spanking new Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom details too, specifically pertaining to the camera, even more specifically: 10x optical zoom and Xenon flash.

The handwritten note also mentions a “slim design”, while the source - – adds that the Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom will be “slimmer than its predecessor” with the lens “much better hidden in the casing”. Thank fug. Just look at the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom: Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom specs leaked (again), slimmer bod too

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JanSt / MOD  Mar. 25, 2014 at 15:03

I have no hope for this thing. The Samsung Galaxy Camera sucks. Yes, the zoomworks quite nicely, but other than that pics aren't impressive. Video is no better than what an iPhone or Lumia produces, slo-mo is a farce. And battery life is below poor even with data disabled.
Worst: the software seriously hinders any enjoyment, and Samsung have NOT improved it one bit since launch. Now they repeat it and add telephony to the mix? Pffft


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