Samsung is due to unveil its Galaxy S5 smartphone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) trade show in just a few days, and the firm has been hinting at some of the new features that will appear.
There's already been plenty of conjecture about what Samsung may add to the new device, and the latest teaser invites provide more insight on which areas the firm might improve, including security, fitness and hardware.
Ahead of the announcement, V3 has put together a wish list of some of the top features we hope Samsung will unveil, as the firm looks to cement its position as the dominant force in the Android ecosystem, and continue to compete with Apple.
10. Improved design and less plastic
Previous high-end Samsung Galaxy phones have been touted as "life companions" and "designed for humans", with their looks apparently inspired by nature. Sadly, Samsung's designs appear to have fallen from nature's ugly tree and the S3 and S4 handsets have been curvy, plastic lumps with strange, muted colours. They include the classic Brown Autumn and Blue Arctic.
While the rest of the high-end smartphone world has moved onto stainless steel, titanium and even magnesium devices, Samsung's top-end device remains unashamedly plastic. Rumours have pointed towards two versions of the S5, a plastic model and a metal design. We hope this is true, and urge Samsung to spice up their colour palettes at the same time.
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