Yesterday, Samsung's new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5 made its first appearance with a fresh look and some great specs. However, at a closer look at its specs sheet, many users were a bit surprised regarding the absence of an Exynos based variant.
Well, today we managed to find out that Samsung will in fact offer the S5 in two variants, one with a 2.5GHz quad-core Qulacomm Snapdragon chip (the model that we tested out at MWC), and another with a 2.1GHz octo-core Exynos.
Sammy made the same move last year with the Galaxy S4, but we didn't really pick up some huge differences in performance. The LTE-capable GS4 was only meant for the Korean market, and chances are the same thing will happen this year with the Exynos-powered GS5.