After the leak of Samsung Galaxy S5’s metal frame last week, multiple reports coming in from South Korea are claiming that Samsung has set its eyes to start the mass production of the next generation Galaxy S5 smartphone sometime in January 2014 next year, and the smartphone would probably hit the stores in February or March of next year.

If a report published in ETnews is to be believed, Samsung is looking forward to introduce Galaxy S5 in two variants–one with metal body and curved display and another with plastic body and non-flexible AMOLED display. According to the report, Samsung Galaxy S5 will come featured with display size of 5-inch, a 64-bit Exynos octa-core processor, latest Android 4.4 KitKat, 16MP rear camera, 3GB of RAM and a powerful 4000 mAh battery.

The publication further indicates that Samsung will introduce next generation and successor of Galaxy Gear smartwatch along with Galaxy S5. The next generation Galaxy Gear is said to be thinner than the existing model and most-probably include more features. The company will initially be producing 800,000 to 1 million units of the phone, which is expected to increase to 8-10 million by March of 2014.