Until now, we saw three versions of the unannounced Samsung SM-G900: SM-G900A (possibly made for AT&T), SM-G900F, and SM-G900S. Now a fourth version, SM-G900H, appeared in Indonesia, where it’s been certified by Postel, one of the country’s telecommunications authorities.
According to Postel, it received three SM-G900H units, each manufactured in a different country: South Korea, Vietnam and China. Unfortunately, other details about the handset aren’t provided.
It’s been assumed that the GM-900 is the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 flagship, and the existence of multiple versions of it certainly doesn’t contradict that. Sure enough, this might be another new Samsung handset. Besides the S5, the South Korean company seemingly readies multiple devices with screens measuring from 5 to 6 inches, so the GM-900 could be one of those.
We’re hearing that Samsung may announce the Galaxy S5 either in February, or in March. We’ll see then if all these SM-G900 models are related to it or not.
source: Postel via SammyToday