Samsung Galaxy S5 Seen In The Wild and 248 Devices Added

Data Team

2/26/2014 12:07 PM

Samsung Device Data

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This week a combination of 248 new hardware devices, new browsers and new operating system versions have been added to the device detection database.

This week we have added a bevy of new Samsung devices to our database, including the Galaxy Trend 3, Galaxy Win and the Galaxy Note Pro LTE.

The Galaxy Trend 3 is an entry level smart phone with a 4.3" screen, a single 3MP camera, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal storage and equipped with a MicroSD expansion slot with a 32GB maximum capacity. The Trend 3 is available in black, pink and white variants.

The Galaxy Win is a mid range smart phone with a 4.7" screen, a 5MP back camera and a 0.3MP front camera, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage and similarly equipped with a 32GB MicroSD expansion slot. The Galaxy Win is available in white or grey colour options.

The Galaxy Note Pro LTE is a high end tablet with a 12.2" screen, 8MP primary and 2MP secondary cameras, 3GB RAM, two options for internal storage coming at 32GB or 64GB, on top of that another 64GB is available via the MicroSD card slot. The Note Pro has a huge 9500mAh battery and runs on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 chipset.

We recently also spotted the latest Samsung smartphone in the wild, the Galaxy S5 which was recently unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Samsung Galaxy S5 has several improvements over the S4, including a 16MP camera, Snapdragon 801 chipset, biometric sensors, metal bodywork and an IP rating of 67. As always this time of year is a busy one for new mobile devices, expect to see many of these newly announced devices added to our database in the coming weeks.

This week also brings us the addition of the Sony Xperia Z Ultra LTE, BlackBerry OS version 3.13 and Opera Mobile 20.0, among many more.

Accuracy and Combinations

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67,934 Device Combinations