Samsung works on Galaxy S5 Active and Galaxy S5 Zoom

Samsung works on Galaxy S5 Active and Galaxy S5 Zoom

The upcoming Galaxy S5 smartphone will have many siblings just like the current S4 family and it will arrive in Galaxy S5 Mini, S5 Active and S5 Zoom versions as well.

There is some good underlying strategy in Samsung’s decision to offer an Active version – although the South Korean company uses high-end components only its smartphones can be broken too just like anything else in this world. Research has shown that most Samsung devices get serviced after being soaked in various liquids so Samsung hopes that by offering a sturdy version of the Galaxy S5 servicing claims will decrease thus leading to better financial results for the company.

As to the Galaxy S5 Zoom the device will come with a more advanced camera and will arrive in May 2014 with a 4.8-inch display that works at 540 x 960 pixels and Android 4.4.

Source: ETNews

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