Here’s a simple rule I think everyone can understand an appreciate: When your product development lifecycle enables you to pump out a significantly faster, more powerful, more appealing version of your current device in record-breaking time, think long and hard about when you release it. We all expect the latest and greatest to drop at some point, but if it’s only 2 months after the last device, that’s going to rub customers the wrong way.
Samsung has just unveiled the Galaxy S5 LTE-A in South Korea. The device sports a beefier Snapdragon 805 CPU (with a GPU capable of dekstop-like performance), a QHD display with a resolution of 2560×1440, and a modem that allows download of 225 Mbps. If that wasn’t enough, the amount of RAM has been bumped from 2-3GB. Own an S5? Getting pissed yet?