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Samsung wants to kill the ‘Galaxy S5 killer’ with the Galaxy S5 Prime

06
May
2014

Samsung and LG are apparently getting ready for a smartphone display war this summer, with both companies expected to launch handsets with 2K displays in the coming months, including the Galaxy S5 and the G3, respectively. The Korea Herald has learned from a source at Samsung that the original Galaxy S5 was supposed to pack a higher-definition display, but the feature was ultimately scraped because of its cost. “Samsung Electronics was supposed to use a QHD [2560 x 1440] display for its Galaxy S5, but it failed due to the high cost,” the source said. “As the Galaxy S5 Prime will be rolled out in small quantities, it is highly likely that QHD will be adopted.” The publication also revealed that the

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