The Samsung Galaxy S5 has been rumored to be announced in the near future. In fact last we heard, the rumors claim that it might even be announced ahead of MWC which we guess is a good move as Samsung will be able to bask in the spotlight for a couple of days before the flood of MWC related news hits the internet. In any case while the jury is still out on when the phone will be announced and launched, a certain Samsung SM-G900H has been spotted and certified in Indonesia, which many are speculating to be the Samsung Galaxy S5.
This is because other possible Galaxy S5 variants have made their way to other parts of the world, such as AT&T’s version which is the SM-G900A, the SM-G900F, and the SM-G900S, suggesting that these are pretty much all the same phones but destined for different markets and/or carriers. If this truly is the case, it looks like Samsung is wasting no time in getting the handset ready for launch in multiple markets, possibly at the same time. The Galaxy S5 is probably one of the most highly anticipated handsets of 2014, at least for the early part of the year since the iPhone 6 and Galaxy Note 4 announcements usually take place in the second half of the year. Will Samsung be able to outdo themselves this year? We guess we will just have to wait and find out, so be sure to check back with us at a later date to see if there are more details to be had!