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Samsung Galaxy S5 rumoured to come up in Q1 of 2014

As reported by a Korean website ,that Samsung is currently undergoing in the mass production of its upcoming Galaxy flagship,the Galaxy S5 and it will be ready for distribution by first Quater of 2014.

The rumored specifications based on the preveously released news is that the new Galaxy S5 will be having a 64bit-processor which might be the first model of Samsung’s Heterogeneous Multi-Processing (HMP) Exynos big.LITTLE chip with the capability of running 8 cores simultaneously.There were discussions between Samsung and Qualcomm that there might be 2 variants of the phone.ETNews also reported that Galaxy S5 will have 3 GB of RAM and screen density will be 560 ppi

Galaxy S5

Other tentative advancements could be the introduction of flexible OLED displays as it was in Galaxy Round,with a 4000 mAh battery.It is expected that the size of the device will not more than 5 inches.And obviously it will run latest Android 4.4 KitKat at the time of launch.

Also there are news about Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 smartwatch,that it will 15%more thin than its previous version.It is possible that it comes as a companion for Galaxy S5,with support for Galaxy S5 applications and games

Although its just a rumoured news but we are quite sure that it will be released within first Quarter of 2014 ,particularly February because it coincide with the previous releases of Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4,which had a difference of ten months.

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  1. 1.We observe several small galaxies currently undergoing massive star formation.
    2.We see small galaxies in which many stars have one age and many others have another age that is billions of years older.
    3.We see evidence that small galaxies in our Local Group have experienced several collisions in the past.
    4.We see evidence that several small galaxies were shot out of larger galaxies in our Local Group during an age of starburst activity.
    5.We do not have any evidence that galaxies in our Local Group were once starburst galaxies.

  2. I had just read that the closest galaxy to ours is 1.6 million light years away and that there are something like 200 billions galaxies. Is this correct information? Also, about how many stars are there in the universe? Given the age of the universe, how did matter reach such distances traveling slower than the speed of light? What’s the fastest speed the furthest galaxy had to travel to reach it’s current point in space?
    I made a typo – How long would it take light to travel from the center of the universe to the furtherEST galaxy?

  3. Hint: The nearest galaxy to our own is about 2 million light-years away.
    Help please?

  4. Given that galaxies and superclusters are always moving, wouldn’t this have a doppler effect on light? Also, if a supercluster is increasing in density, wouldn’t this move the fabric of spacetime, thus causing background light to redshift from our perspective?

  5. does the samsung galaxy s4 work with the straight talk bring your own phone. I would really like to know, have a nice day.

  6. How do we measure distances between galaxies?
    In this context explain the roles of variable stars, supernovae, the Tully-Fisher relation and the Hubble flow.

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