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Model numbers leak for unannounced Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime, Samsung Galaxy S5 Active and more

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Model numbers leak for unannounced Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime, Samsung Galaxy S5 Active and more
A new tweet from evleaks reveals a number of model numbers for unannounced Samsung devices. According to the master leaker, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime, the rumored premium version of the Samsung Galaxy S5, will have a model number of SM-G901 in China. It will be offered in that country in blue, black, white and gold. This comes after a tweet the other day from Mr. Leaks revealed that the Korean version of the same phone would be the SM-G906.

Just yesterday, we passed along the rumor that Samsung would be offering a pair of sequels to its large-screened Galaxy Mega line. One would be 5.1 inches and the other would carry a 6 inch glass. That compares with last year's models which included screens of 5.8 inches and 6.3 inches. The model numbers for the Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 include the SM-G750A (AT&T), SM-G750F, SM-G750H, SM-G7506V (China Unicom), SM-G7507 (Taiwan), SM-G7508Q (China), SM-G7508V (China Mobile), and the SM-G7509W (China Telecom). While the tweet says that the Galaxy Mega 2 will be offered in brown, black, and white, we are still unclear on whether this is the 5.1 inch or 6 inch version. Indian shipping site Zauba listed the SM-G750F as being a 6 inch model, while the SM-G750H was listed as sporting a 5.1 inch screen.

According to evleaks, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active will be available from Sprint in blue or black, with a model number of SM-G860P. The same phone will be known as the SM-G870A for AT&T, and the SM-G870W for Bell Canada. AT&T's variant will be available in dark green, greenish blue, ruby red, and titanium silver.

Lastly, the SM-R382 is a new Gear wearable that will be offered in black only. This could be Samsung's answer to Google Glass, called Gear Glass. Recently, we told you to expect Samsung to unveil this in Berlin during IFA 2014. If you've ever watched Dragon Ball Z, it looks a bit like the "scouter" worn by some of the characters on the action cartoon.

source: @evleaks

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