MWC 2014 - Samsung announced its Galaxy S5 yesterday during Mobile World Congress 2014, but it didn't mention anything about the Exynos-powered version of its new flagship.
Well, the company did announce it, but very quietly. While the main Galaxy S5 will feature a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, there will also be a 2.1GHz octo-core version, based on the company's Exynos SoC. Samsung performed a similar move with its Galaxy S4, but the LTE-powered Galaxy S4 featuring the Exynos-based processor didn't really get pushed out of its South Korean market, unfortunately.
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