Samsung Galaxy F Image Surfaces Online Yet Again

By Vivek
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One of the smartphones that most of the Samsung fans are waiting badly for is the premium variant of the Galaxy S5. The handset which was initially said to come with the name Galaxy S5 Prime has been making its way up to the headlines frequently.

Samsung Galaxy F Image Surfaces Online Yet Again

 

However, soon another rumor came up suggesting that the premium version of the Galaxy S5 will be named as the Galaxy F. This would be the beginning of the new series and the phone has been leaked yet again. As always, the image comes courtesy of the popular technology-confined twitter user @evleaks.

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The latest image looks like a very official press render of the Galaxy F, and it looks similar to the Galaxy S5, of course.

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But it not a exact copy of the Galaxy S5. The bezels are slightly thinner and previous leaks have also revealed a metallic back panel as well. However, there would be a same protruding rear camera setup as was in the S5, with a heart monitor.

As far as the specs are concerned, the smartphone is rumored to come with a 5.3-inch display. What is especial about the phone is the possible Quad HD (1440 x 2560-pixel) resolution. It would be powered by a new Snapdragon 805 system chip, and a 16-megapixel camera, likely to sport a Samsung-made sensor.

The smartphone should be officially unveiled on September 12, but this is just a speculation, so stay tuned for more updates on the matter.

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