The Samsung Galaxy F leaks are becoming relentless, especially if you consider this last week, and usually that's the case the closer a phone gets to its actual release date. It would appear that we are no more than a few short months away from witnessing Samsung's supposedly more luxurious take on the flagship model, with a device that, all agree, will sport a metal frame in order to at least partially disperse certain consumers' dissatisfaction with what they perceive as a relatively cheaper build.
But the metal in the chassis is hardly all that's exciting about the Galaxy F -- its hardware specs sheet leaves practically nothing to desire at this point. We're talking an allegedly larger, 5.24-inch Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) resolution display, a mighty Snapdragon 805 chip capable of providing LTE-A speeds of up to 225 Mbps, 3 GB of RAM, and the same excellent, 16-megapixel ISOCELL camera found in the current Samsung Galaxy S5. Not too bad, especially if Samsung strikes sooner rather than later, and releases the Galaxy F at the beginning of the fall. That will, most likely, position the Android giant very well compared with its rivals' offerings.