Samsung Galaxy S5 to have QHD and Iris scanner?

Samsung Galaxy S5 to have QHD and Iris scanner?

In past few weeks, we have heard a lot of rumors about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5. Like it will have an aluminium unibody, it will be launched in two versions and just few days ago, we heard that it will come with a PLS LCD display. But now we are hearing something else, that instead of the PLS LCD, the S5 will come with a QHD display with a resolution of 2560×1440, and it will be Samsung’s first ever smartphone with such display. However, Oppo Find 7 will be the first ever smartphone with a QHD display.

Also, the Galaxy S5 will feature a new security method known as the Iris technology – a scanner that scans user eyes as a security measure. Well, a 4GB RAM, ultra HD display, and a next-generation security technology on a smartphone? I will take that rumor with a grain of salt.

We are hearing a lot about the Galaxy S5, and the rumors will keep coming until unless the cat is out of the bag. So, what are your thoughts about the upcoming Samsung flagship? Will it be the best a Samsung smartphone can get?

Source: ZDNet

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