The mobile Galaxy S5 LTE-A, which is better known as Galaxy S5 Korean is practically the same as the standard design of the original S5. But as I told you, it is only the design since it has many things that differentiate them, which I am going to tell you today in this article. Samsung knows what to do to get everyone talking about them, this time it did it by launching two S5s with some different things which make you doubt about which one you should buy.
It is normal that you want to know what is all that the Galaxy S5 Korean, which is what differentiates it from the original and is that I also had doubts, but do not worry because I will tell you what you have to know about this mobile and what makes it so different from the original model.
Features Samsung Galaxy S5 Korean
This time The Korean Galaxy S5 features a silver chrome edge bezel, it comes with a fingerprint reader on the home button, a different camera and in the case of color, Samsung opted for a Rose Gold instead of Silver which is the one we are always used to seeing. Regarding the visual, the things that I told you before and the LTE-A mark on the back of the mobile are the only things that are different.
Technical Specifications Samsung Galaxy S5 Korean
Now I will tell you what are the technical specifications that differentiate it from the Galaxy S5 Original. To start with the RAM, the resolution of the SoC screen and what is the Cat6 modem.
Samsung decided to equip the Korean S5 with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 SoC processor, which has a Krait 450 CPU with 2.5 Ghz speed. The truth is that it made a big change in the processor since the original has a Snapdragon 801 SoC, thus making the Korean S5 become the first mobile with this new chip. RAM increased to 3GB, which was really necessary to be able to make the improvements.
The reality is that several of the problems that have been having with the Galaxy S5 They will no longer be found in the Korean version, which means that the S5 LTE-A is much better than the original.
Screen and Battery Samsung Galaxy S5 Korean
The 2800 mAh lithium battery is the same as the original version, but still the Korean one that has a QHD resolution (2560×1440) with a Super AMOLED screen and the normal S5 with a 1920×1080 with super AMOLED FHD, lThe battery lasts much longer in Korean despite the much higher resolution.
So if you have to choose between one of the two definitely you should have the korean as it has much better specs, it is an improved version of the original S5.