Rumors say the next Galaxy S smartphone will arrive early next year, and according to the latest scuttlebutt, the device may come packing a screen measuring more than 5 inches in size and with a 2560 x 1440 resolution.
The report stems from remarks made by Samsung Display CEO Kinam Kim. Android Community cites Kinam Kim as saying Samsung may be preparing displays with 560 pixels per inch for upcoming devices. Rumor has it the Samsung Galaxy S5 will be one device benefiting from this high ppi density.
Other rumors regarding the GS5 have pointed to a 16-megapixel camera with Samsung's ISOCELL technology, a 64-bit Exynos, a metal chassis, and Android 4.4 KitKat (obviously).
No word on a release date just yet, but Samsung's GS4 was announced last March and went on sale in April. The first model went on sale in June the year it was announced, while the Galaxy S II and Galaxy S III both enjoyed May launches. Looking at that track record, Samsung doesn't really have a clear pattern for launching new Galaxy S phones. With sales of the GS4 (pictured above) slowing, it seems the company is hoping that a whole new model will bring in more sales.