A report published Sunday out of Korea, says that the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime will make its first appearance in June. Unfortunately, we don't know if this means that the phone will be unveiled that month, or actually released. Samsung is looking to beat the LG G3 to market as its country mate's unannounced flagship sequel is expected to offer a 1440 x 2560 QHD screen, like the Galaxy S5 Prime.
With the LG G3 now expected to launch early in July, Samsung has this brief opening to launch a phone that Sammy's head of mobile, J.K. Shin, has denied the existence of. If Samsung does launch a premium version of the Samsung Galaxy S5, are buyers of the original version going to feel misled?
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source: AsiaToday (translated) via GforGames