Rumors around the coming of the Galaxy F, a premium version of the Galaxy S5, have been rampant lately. Several leaks in the past have suggested that the Galaxy F will come with a fast processor and may be crafted out of metal chassis.
Today, the Samsung-made Galaxy F is back in the news, and this time the upcoming handset has been certified in the Bluetooth SIG.
Chinese site GforGames is reporting that a Samsung device with the model number of SM-G901F has been spotted being certified in the Bluetooth SIG. Moreover, this very model number has been spotted a number of times over the past few days. It is widely believed that the upcoming handset could be a Galaxy S5 LTE-A for the European market
The report claims that the Galaxy F will come with a removable battery cover, which will continue to be plastic. Additionally, the only cosmetic change you'll notice in the Galaxy F will be a metal frame around the edges on the premium phone.
Rumors surrounding the Samsung Galaxy handset started earlier this year, and in recent months several leaks appeared online. Just last week, popular Twitter leaker @evleaks posted an alleged press render of the Galaxy F smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy F is expected to come with a 5.2 inch QHD display, a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of on-board storage, a 16-megapixels OIS camera and more.
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