iMember pointed out something reported at BGR, there's an 8 core version coming.
Edited for the link - http://bgr.com/2014/02/25/galaxy-s5-specs-processor/
As for all this 'who did the fingerprint sensor first' stuff, think of it as we do in firearms instruction. When competing (or shooting for your survival) the fastest miss doesn't win. So some other technologies including touch screens, fingerprint sensors, retina display, etc. may have been in the wild before Apple, but they mostly were misses. Not until Apple has done them did anyone hit the target.
I'm happy to admit Apple has had it's own misses as well. Pippin, Ping, and others that probably don't start with P.
So screaming some other company did it 'FIRST' doesn't mean they did it RIGHT, or that it caught on. First doesn't automatically mean right. There are plenty of misses, and I'm thinking a lot of these smart watches are good examples, IMO.
The cool thing with iPhones, at this point Apple can simply increase screen size and it's a big deal, which means it sells lots of phones. Where as, had they 5 and/or 5s had gone larger screen and had all their bells & whistles there might be a less compelling reason to upgrade to the 6. I'm assuming the 6 has a larger display, imagine if if has a larger display AND some other new innovation. Heck, if there isn't anything else new they could bump storage memory specs which would please many here as well.
The pattern of changing the physical size of the phone every 2 years really helps those cases or add-ons to stay relevant, reducing waste. I would think this keeps the 3rd party case makers happier even if Apple doesn't care about their happiness ultimately. Revealing two screen sizes that are done 'right' with appropriate UI tweaks will make them hits with us.
Having said all that and looking at the S5 specs, I do wonder if the cell phone world is starting to plateau. I also believe 'cell phone' is an anachronism at this point, but don't have a better name. Maybe we should call the the true personal computers. I mean, if it takes your pulse then that's pretty personal :)