Ready for a fresh new serving of juicy Samsung Galaxy S5 gossip? Then prepare to be disappointed, as the rumor we’re bringing today is far from encouraging. According to a User Agent Profile string dug up on Samsung’s own mobile website, the model believed to be in testing for an AT&T launch sports Full HD resolution.
That’s 1,920 x 1,080 pixels, for those keeping count, so an exact match for the GS4 and basically every other flagship device out and about. Only Sammy is reportedly looking to increase its next big thing’s screen real estate, to 5.2 inches, in which case the pixel density bar would be lowered to 423 ppi.
Also, at least one of Samsung’s high-profile rivals, Sony, is near certainly working on an ultra high-res display-toting next-gen spearhead, the Xperia Z2 or Sirius, expected out with 2K, or Quad HD resolution: 2,560 x 1,440.
But let’s back up for a second. How do we know we’re dealing with a GS5 for AT&T again? Well, the SM-G900A model number perfectly fits the description, plus @evleaks tweeted a tidbit about it not long ago.
Before falling into despair however, remember we’re likely to get at least two S5 variations, one metal-clad, packing “true” octa-core Exynos 6 juice and, why not, sporting 2K resolution. It’d make sense, right?
Via [Phone Arena]