Samsung SM-G750A Smartphone Leaked Online: Could Be Galaxy S5 Neo


    Looks like Samsung is all set to bring yet another high-end handset in the market. Although rumors of a mini version of Galaxy S5 have been floating around, as of yet there is no official confirmation on the same.

    A handset with the model number SM-G750A seems to indicate that Samsung might be preparing to announce the mini version of Galaxy S5 in near future.

    Now the latest added rumor is believed to be authentic, as the UAP (user agent profile) of an unknown Samsung smartphone has been uploaded to the company's servers.

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    Samsung SM-G750A Smartphone Leaked Online: Could Be Galaxy S5 Neo


    The phone carrying a model number SM-G750A could be the long rumored Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo.

    According to the phone's user agent profile, it comes with a 720p HD display and a 2.3GHz quad-core processor, most likely to be Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. Moreover, the device is running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and appears to be an AT&T variant. Rumor has it that this particular leaked handset could be known as the Galaxy S5 Neo.

    Samsung has been rumored to be working on the mini version of Galaxy S5. The South Korean giant will once again retest the market to check whether consumers would be interested in buying a mini version of flagship Galaxy S5.

    In 2013, Samsung launched the Galaxy S4 Mini  against the HTC One Mini. Unfortunately, both handsets failed to live up to consumers' expectations.

    The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini or Neo could be an answer to Sony Xperia Z1 Compact. For the reminder, the Xperia Z1 Compact has been well received in the tech circles across the globe. The Z1 Compact is the first Android smartphone to feature high-end specs despite being a mini version of a flagship device.

    Source- Sam Mobile, Galaxyclub

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