As Mobile World Congress 2014 looms over the horizon, more details on the big phone launches are trickling through to the internet.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is no exception – and the latest info from SamMobile points to a 16MP snapper that'll shoot 4K video at 30fps and 1080p at 60fps. The S5 reportedly won't feature a dedicated camera shutter button; instead, it'll use a new feature dubbed "Side Touch" to snap pictures.
According to SamMobile's sources, the Galaxy S5 will feature a sensor built into the bottom right of the phone that detects taps on the side of the device – so no more fumbling for a physical shutter button. The downside? It won't work in portrait mode, easy mode or while shooting video.
Among the usual selection of camera modes and effects detailed – including Best Face, Best Photo and Panorama – a couple of interesting ones leap out. An Aqua shooting mode, "appropriate for taking pictures underwater," reinforces rumours that the Galaxy S5 will be waterproof and dustproof, while a Golf shooting mode "takes pictures of a golf swing" – presumably for analysing your technique.
We'll be bringing you all the latest on the Samsung Galaxy S5 from the Unpacked event on 24 February – stay tuned for the details.
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