Samsung Galaxy S5 is definitely one of the most awaited Smartphone for the year 2014, with all eyes set for a new Exynos 64-Bit processor to power the Galaxy S4, there is a very good chance that markets like United States will be getting a Snapdragon variant as usual. The Snapdragon 805 has been announced by Qualcomm already but they suggested the first device to actually use it will arrive in the first half of 2014. Considering the fact that the HTC M8 (One Two/One+) is expected to release as soon as next month at the MWC in Barcelona and Sony Sirius has also been rumored to release the same time there is very rare chance that any of those will come powered by a Snapdragon 805 and if this happens to be the case then the Galaxy S5 may be the very first device to come with a Snapdragon 805 by May 2014.
The reason for this speculation is very clear, looking at the past (since the Galaxy S III) Samsung has been making LTE Variants for the United States based on Qualcomm SoC’s due the lack of integration of LTE with the Exynos (However some success was achieved with the Note II). Also Samsung used a Snapdragon 600 in the Galaxy S4 as it was launched before the Snapdragon 800 was available, hence it saw a set back in performance compared to the likes of LG G2 & Nexus 5, so it might be time to learn from mistakes. Stay tune for more updates and feel free to share you views in the comments section below.