A recent report out of Korea, backed by reputable site SamMobile, suggests that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S5, a Note 3 “Lite” and Grand “Lite”, and a few unknown entry-level handsets in Q1 2014. There’s no word on the specific timing, but we could very well see an official unveiling at Mobile World Congress in February.
Previous rumours of the Galaxy S5 had it sporting an all-metal frame, with a similar design to previous flagship Galaxy devices. In addition, it’s expected the GS5 will have a 64-bit Exynos or a Snapdragon processor, 3 GB of RAM, a 16MP camera, high-capacity battery (close to 4,000mAh), running Android 4.4 KitKat. It may also be one of the first devices to sport a new 2560×1440 pixel Super AMOLED display.
As for the Note 3 Lite, little it known so far, but it might simply be a scaled down Note 3 with reduced specs, or a GS4 with with S Pen features.
For now, these are all rumours. Delicious, delicious rumours.