Samsung Galaxy S5 to be Launched on March 27 in Malaysia

Back in February, the Korean company Samsung announced that its Galaxy S5 would be launched worldwide on April 11. To be more precise, we are talking about no less than 150 countries which are going to have the company’s flagship smartphone for sale beginning mid-April and we can finally announce you that Malaysia is going to be one of them as well. But things are even better than expected as long as Samsung Galaxy S5’s launch in Malaysia has been set much earlier than expected, for March 27, just when the handset will also be officially introduced in Australia. Anyway, the handset won’t hit shelves in Malaysia until at least April 11, so don’t get your hopes high that you will be able to have it in your hands before that date.

Samsung Galaxy S5 – An Inspired Choice

So, we can only say that customers in Malaysia who are interested about buying this high-end Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone won’t regret their decision. The device that was first unveiled during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain might not have a metal body and the screen resolution initially anticipated, but it’s definitely an inspired choice. As a reminder, Samsung Galaxy S5 packs a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display with a maximum resolution of 1080 x 1920, equivalent to 432 ppi, also being powered by Qualcomm  Snapdragon 801 quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400 processor coupled with 2 GB RAM, as well as with 16 GB and 32 GB internal storage, expandable up to 128 GB via microSD support.

Samsung Galaxy S5 to be Launched on March 27 in Malaysia

Samsung Galaxy S5 to be Launched on March 27 in Malaysia

Its Li-Ion 2800 mAh battery which is able to offer 21 hours via talk time, is also ideal when it comes to messaging, taking pictures, watching videos, listening to music, or playing games, not to mention that it also has a fingerprint sensor for safe mobile payment, as well as a water and dust-resistant body.

Samsung Galaxy S5 is also running on the latest Android 4.4 KitKat OS verson and don’t leave aside that it comes with $500+ free software, including Blurb, Lark, Bitcasa, Map My Fitness, The Wallstreet Journal and more. So, can you say no to such temptations?