New Samsung Galaxy F render shows the smartphone's "glowing gold" version

New Samsung Galaxy F render shows the smartphone's "glowing gold" version
Samsung already announced its first Quad HD smartphone - the Galaxy S5 LTE-A - but is this the long-rumored S5 Prime / Galaxy F? Well, @evleaks says that the Galaxy F is a different device, while also showing us a new render of it.

The new image allegedly reveals a Samsung Galaxy F in "glowing gold" - which seems to be a different hue than the golden one that appeared last week. Like the render seen then, the new one shows the same September 12 date on the handset’s home screen. Maybe that’s when Samsung intends to announce the Galaxy F? We don’t know for now, but that is a possibility.

Unlike the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A, the Galaxy F reportedly has a metal-made body. Apart from that, though, it’s said that the unannounced smartphone will offer similar features, including a Snapdragon 805 processor, and 3GB of RAM. However, the Quad HD display of the Galaxy F might be a bit bigger, measuring 5.3 inches, not 5.1 inches.

Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy S5 LTE-A won’t be released outside of Korea, so the Galaxy F can certainly become the company’s next flagship smartphone. We'll bring more on this as soon as we discover new and valuable details.

source: @evleaks

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