Rumors are already rife about the upcoming premium variant of the Galaxy S5 , which is Samsung Galaxy F/S5 Prime.
The phone which is reportedly said to sport a QHD display and a metal body has leaked several times in the past. But this time it's different, as GSMArena has got, what they claim to be the official-like live renders of the Galaxy F and right now it is swirling in the online world insanely. Take a look at it.
This leak is particularly different if compared to the official-like renders that we have seen in the past from @evleaks.
Since it has been leaked more than a dozen of times, GizBot has come up with a roundup - which entails the short journey of leaks related to Galaxy S5 Prime or Galaxy F.
Samsung Galaxy F - Story So Far!
Here it goes, prior to the MWC 2014 tech show, which was held earlier this year, Samsung Galaxy S5 got leaked uncountable times, even videos were spotted online shedding light on the device which sounded too convincing.
What was much expected out of the device was the QHD or 2K display, eventually, when Galaxy S5 got launched, the smartphone lacked it, and became the victim of criticism.
Following the same, rumors pertaining to the premium variant of the handset started making rounds in the webosphere, and Galaxy S5 Prime made to the headlines.This one was supposed to feature the QHD display and metal body, which the regular Galaxy S5 lacked.
Eventually, more and more rumors and gossips surrounding the Galaxy F (S5 Prime) started coming in, which resulted in a new twist in story.
Yes, it was reportedly informed that Samsung would end the production of the Galaxy S series in favor of the new series the Galaxy F. Which, in other words, mean that Sammy fans won't see the Galaxy S6 next year, but a successor to the Galaxy F.
And now with the latest leak, the tech world have seen the first live image of the upcoming Galaxy F.
If you are wondering about the specs, apart from the metal chassis and a QHD display, rumors have it that it will be powered by Snapdragon 805 chipset with 3GB of RAM. It would run on Android KitKat. But it might also retain all the other hardware used in the Galaxy S5 like the fingerprint sensor, 16MP rear camera with dual LED flash and others.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more update!