Samsung’s first QHD phone will be announced at MWC
The Mobile World Congress will be held sometime between February 24 and February 27
They have done it again! The Korean media has just leaked more details about Samsung’s future plans, revealing that the company is getting ready to announce its very first QHD smartphone. The Mobile World Congress (MWC) that will be held sometime between February 24 and February 27 will become the stage of the 2560×1440 pixel display Samsung phone.
We can’t help it but ask ourselves whether we’re talking about the Samsung Galaxy S5, especially when it recently came clear that the Korean company is working on a high pixel density of 560ppi and those displays are set to enter mass production. As CEO Kinam Kim confirmed that, this might mean that he rumors regarding Samsung to be working on AMOLED tablets, are certainly accurate.
On the other hand, recently ETNews leaked that Galaxy S5 will go for an LCD display instead of an AMOLED one, which opens the door to even more speculations. If we think about this more rationally, it’s quite unlikely for Samsung to unveil such a major display tech upgrade without featuring it on a flagship device. As the mass production of these QHD displays is already underway, it’s more than possible for those to arrive to the Galaxy S5.
Nevertheless, there has been a whole chain of rumors about the release date of the upcoming device, so the MWC announcement being held in February matches the perfect time to unveil it. On the other hand, the Korean company prefers to have its own event when it comes to flagship announcements, so we might wait a little bit longer. The same report by ZDNet that shared the QHD tech goes further in its claims and tips something even more interesting.
According to the report, Samsung is also about to unveil a device that will come with an eye-scan tech. Just yesterday we showed you an Apple iPhone 6 concept featuring such technology so which Samsung device is going to rival that, in case Apple feature an eye-scanner in their major flagship, is still yet to be revealed.