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Prime version of Samsung Galaxy S5 allegedly pictured next to original

updated 08:58 am EDT, Thu June 12, 2014

Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime said to be called Galaxy F

New photographs of what is believed to be the prime version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 have leaked, showing it next to the Galaxy S5 itself for a direct comparison. Believed to be called the Galaxy F, the alleged device is seen to have extremely thin side bezels compared to the original, echoing the similar-resolution 1,440x2,560 display used in the LG G3.

It is difficult to tell from the PhoneArena images whether the back cover of the Galaxy F is a metal-effect plastic or real metal, though there are still a few notable changes. The rear camera now appears to lie flush to the case, instead of having a minor bump on the back of the device, and the physical size of the device itself seemingly remains the same, despite the display allegedly increasing from a 5.1-inch version to 5.3 inches.

Samsung Galaxy F, Galaxy S2
Samsung Galaxy F, Galaxy S2


Previous leaks claim the Galaxy F will have a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor with an Adreno 420 GPU, 3GB of RAM, and a rear 16-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization. It is suggested Samsung could wait until September before it launches the smartphone, making it seven months after the company first unveiled the Galaxy S5.




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