The Galaxy F is the next big thing at Samsung Group, and it would be shelled in a crystal clear aluminium case
Rumors have been flying online over Samsung’s next project, the Galaxy F. This time around, however, @Evleaks has supplied us with an image which clearly shows the Galaxy F in aluminium casing.
Evleaks has been nearly accurate in all of its “leaks” and if we are to go by their latest leak, we could expect an official unveiling of the Galaxy F in very soon.
Speculations suggests the smartphone would be an alternative to the popular Galaxy S5 but would be more expensive, obviously because it would come in metal casing. The Galaxy F reportedly has a 5.3-inch 2560×1440 QHD resolution display and according to the latest leak, this would surrounded by a tiny bazel.
The Galaxy F would also see an internal upgrade, boosting a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chip backed by 3GB of RAM. It would run on the latest Android 4.4 Kitkat OS and also feature a 16 MP primary camera as well as a 2 MP front-facing camera. It would also have microSD slot for additional storage capacity.
The Galaxy F retains the “home” button and has a heart rate monitor on its back. What we do not know is, if it would also have a fingerprint scanner on its front like the Galaxy S5.
If all of these speculations are true, then Samsung is definitely cooking one hell of a monster smartphone. However, we can’t be sure entirely as the company has been tight-lip on the development, but according to the leaked image, the Galaxy F has a date of 12 September, which could be a hint to the release date.
The Galaxy F will also have a premium model which would arrive in “golden” colour. Neither of these devices have been slammed with a price tag but you can expect the premium model to come with a premium price.
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