Seems Samsung is planning to bring the Galaxy S5 4G+ to more areas, as the phone has been spotted in the manufacturer's Netherlands website. It is disguised under the name Galaxy S5 Plus, a name which could lead one to hope that it's a more powerful version of the flagship – like the Galaxy S5 LTE-A – but, unfortunately, after reading the specs, it becomes obvious – the S5 Plus that's now in Europe is the S5 4G+ that was announced in Singapore 2 months ago. Oh, and both models are named G901F, so there's that.
So, assuming that Samsung stays true to its annual upgrade cycle, the Galaxy S6 should be announced around February next year – about 4 months from now. Do you think it's a great idea on Sammy's part to still be rolling out new variants of the S5?
Samsung Galaxy S5
source: Samsung (NL website) via SamMobile