Although Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime existence is just a rumour and this rumour is been swirling for quite some time now. Recently we have leaked Images claiming to show the heavily rumoured upcoming GS5 Prime. Today we have some more news regarding this device, which surely is giving idea that Samsung indeed working on this device. According to latest report from Korean Media, Samsung GS5 Prime will be fastest device on earth in terms of downloading Speed.
Samsung GS5 is expected will be featuring downloadable speed of 225Mbps. For instance if we take this rumour as accurate, then this speed is nearly 3 times of current maximum speed of LTE download. Currently maximum downloadable speed offered by LTE Network is 75Mbps.
So you can imagine how fast this speed will be as compared to current 75Mbps speed. Before picturing this speed on your own GS5 Prime, we also have reports suggesting this speed will be only available in Korea and well known carriers like SK telecom will be offering this speed in Korea. SK Network LTE- A network is currently offering maximum speed of 150Mbps, they are using 10MHz x 10MHz band.
On the other hand only one chip is currently supporting speed of 225Mbps, and that is of Qualcomm named as MDM9635. Qualcomm ended development of this chip-set last month, and allegedly Samsung ordered nearly 1 Million units of this chipset.
If you don't know Specs of GS5 Prime, let me explain it again. Samsung GS5 Prime is expected will be featuring a 5.2 inch display of quad HD 1440 x 2560 pixels resolution. This device will be powered by latest Snapdragon 805 processor with 3GB of RAM. Basic model is expected with 32 GB memory storage. Rear camera will be of 16MP while front facing camera will be 2 MP.
Although Specs of this device are heavily rumoured but still many question are unanswered like when Samsung will be releasing this device, and what will be its price tag. As we all know both Samsung and LG are in hurry of releasing first Quad HD display device in United States. LG G3 release is expected in June, but we have to wait to see how Samsung will counter this LG's Punch.