Samsung has announced a new variant of the company's flagship smartphone for Singapore. The Galaxy S5 4G+ will launch on SingTel's new LTE-A network. Both the network itself and the new mobile device will launch on August 23 with the Android device available on multiple plans. Like other models of the S5, there are some unique features to the Singapore variant.
This version of the Galaxy S5 is fairly similar to the US model with a Full HD display, but uses the Snapdragon 805 chipset (just like the Korean variant, which also supports LTE-A). While it sounds like a trade-off, owners will be able to make use of the advanced LTE network offered by SingTel.
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