Samsung Releases Its New Galaxy S5 LTE-A On South Korea.


Samsung Releases Its New Galaxy S5 LTE-A On South Korea.

Samsung Electronics has recently manage to released a highly modified version of its Galaxy S5 in Korea, taking advantage of the country’s next-generation internet, a much faster processor, and improvement to other parts of the device.

Galaxy S5 LTE-A.

Galaxy S5 LTE-A runs on Korea’s LTE-Advanced Networks, which makes it possible to theoretically capable of using up a total of 225 Mbps data transfer, while its 5.1-ince display is QHD,boasting to have a 2560 x 1440 pixels, an upgrade pon a much regular Galaxy S5′s 1920 x 1080 resolution. The phone has also had its very own pixel density bumped up to a total of 576ppi, which surpasses of LG’s G3, a devices that’s been heralded for containing the highest quality screen on the market.


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In a similar manner to that of other Korean devices that have been previously launched by Samsung, its currently unclear on whether the Galaxy S5 LTE-A standard available in the UK but is currently going under major testing within the US, for the current moment anyways, although from what can be garnered from previous releases the answer will most likely to lead towards the negative end for this answer.

Samsung has been in the move over plenty of reaches recently, with a huge load of release when it comes towards its technological side as well as recent partnership with other companies, such as the recent inking of deal done between itself and Marvel Entertainment, which is said to be creating products based around its Superheros. Along with its recent releasing for its HD Television and deals created for the currently ongoing World Cup hitting worldwide.

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