Samsung's latest Galaxy smartphone S5 is reportedly speculated to have a rapid-charging battery that could store more power within the same footprint.
Latest speculations state that that Galaxy S5 battery could charge up in under two hours that would hold 20 percent more energy in the same size module as predecessor S4's battery.
According to Cnet, the Galaxy S5 has been scheduled for a public roll out around March or April this year and early speculations point to a high-resolution AMOLED display in the smartphone.
Sources from PhoneArena have claimed that the handset would include a 2900 mAh battery, an increase from the Galaxy S4's 2600 mAh juice pack, a Snapdragon 805 processor, 2K display; a 16-megapixel camera; and a premium metal-body model.
It has also been speculated that the latest smartphone would have head tracking and iris scanning features, the report added.