Samsung is slated to have a health focused event on May 28th at which it was anticipated that the company may announce new wearable devices. However, the Senior Vice President of the Company, Stefan Heuser, told Re/Code, point blank, that the event “is not a product announcement”. Heuser’s division of Samsung, the Strategy and Innovation Center based in Menlo Park, California, focuses on working with other companies rather than releasing products, making it plausible that Samsung could be announcing something out of the digital health lab which is being worked on by both Samsung and University of California, San Francisco. Though nothing’s certain until the event.
However, for people, hoping for devices, a slew of devices have reportedly been “confirmed” by a tipster at GSMArena. An internal document carrying the screen specifications for 3 devices believed to be Samsung Galaxy S5 variants have been leaked with their codenames in tow. The first the K Lentis is believed to be the Galaxy S5 Prime with a 5.2-inch WQHD or 2K display. Next up is the K Mega, originally believed to carry the moniker S5 Neo is now hinted to be the Galaxy Mega 2 coming with a 6-inch 720p HD display and lastly, the S5 mini with the codename K mini with a 720p HD display.