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Display Details of Galaxy S5 Prime, Galaxy S5 Mini and Galaxy Mega Successor Emerge

The reason for Samsung’s success globally has always been its mid-range and top end segment. It is focusing these days on giving a shot in the arm to its mid-rangers as well as introducing a premium range of devices. Samsung has been working on a more premium version of the Galaxy S5 and that is known for quite a while. It wants to keep its mouth shut about it so that the sales of the S5 do not drop.



And that is not all, it is also working bringing a successor of its two mid rangers with the upcoming devices being Galaxy Mega and Galaxy S5 Mini. The good folks back GSMArena have received some information which has resulted in disclosure of the screen sizes of Galaxy S5 Mini, Galaxy S5 Prime and the successor of the big screen mid ranger Galaxy Mega.

The Galaxy S5 Prime will come shod with a 5.2 inch screen which in turn will get a QHD display unit. This will be the first for Samsung and the device with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels is expected to be above the rest. The rumor that Samsung has been working on an upmarket version of S5 has been around for a while and leaked internal document further lends credibility to that fact.

Details about the Galaxy S5 Mini’s screen have also been leaked and it will get a 4.5 inch screen which in turn will have a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. The Galaxy Mega 5.8 will also get succeeded this year with a new Galaxy Mega device. It will have a 6 inch screen which will get a resolution of 720p and will be an upgrade from the qHD resolution of the Galaxy Mega 5.8.

Samsung wants to strengthen its grip in various segments and it wants to create a  new segment too of smartphones which has smartphones a notch above the premium ones. Let us see how things pan out in future for Samsung.




Abhishek Bhatnagar

Abhishek Bhatnagar, a known technology blogger & YouTuber from India. A Software Engineer by qualification, now he works as the editor-In-Chief, Webmaster, & Managing Director at Gadgets To Use. He runs a number of other technology websites as well.