GoPro Hero 5 will be Release Around Q1 2016: Camera Improvements Up Price to $550

By Staff Writer

Aug 20, 2015 12:51 PM EDT

GoPro Hero 5 will possibly release around last quarter of 2015 or first quarter of 2016 and even though the release of GoPro Hero 5 has been delayed, it was done to make improvements on the camera that could up prices from $450 to $550.

Rumours suggest that the the delay in launching this new product is that company is enhancing GoPro Hero 5's recording capacities. Anyhow, GoPro devices are known in its high definition cameras which has been popular among extreme sports enthusiasts. 

The new camera model will feature 3D video recording with dual lens, as reported by Gazette Review. In addition, the Gopro Hero 5 would come in a new full ultra-HD feature in its camera which makes it capable of recording 8K videos with a pixel resolution of 3840 × 2160 at 60 frames per second. Probably, it could take clearer images than its predecessor. 

It is said to be certainly ideal for outdoor adventures. It is tough and extremely waterproof durable. On the other hand, there is some speculation that this flagship will not come in different models and features but solely improve its camera.

GoPro Hero 5 will come with various enhancements which will make it a little costlier than the predecessor devices, base on Day Herald's report. Additionally, consumers should expect a price range from $450 to $550.

Various reports state that the GoPro Hero 5 release date will be delayed. GoPro has decided to push back the release date of GoPro Hero 5 to early next year, according to Master Herald. However, the company have not given a specific date of its release.

Alongside with the improvements, it is expected to have durable battery life which could last for two hours straight video recording. GoPro Hero 5's Bluetooth feature will come at a faster and increased upload speed than the GoPro Hero 4.

With the delay, GoPro will probably release an all-new improved GoPro Hero 5 expected to showcase better underwater recording potentials.   

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