Pictures of the premium Samsung Galaxy F leak

Pictures of the premium Samsung Galaxy F leak
The Samsung Galaxy F is expected to be the "premium" version of the Samsung Galaxy S5, with features that include a 5.3 inch 1440 x 2560 QHD screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM, and a 16MP rear camera with OIS. Instead of a plastic body, the Galaxy F employs a metal casing. What gives this rumor some bite, is that prior to the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S5 at MWC, there was speculation about a QHD screened Samsung Galaxy F.

One of our loyal readers has sent us a couple of pictures allegedly showing off a pre-production model of the Samsung Galaxy F. He tells us that this particular unit carries the Snapdragon 801 inside, although that will be changed to the Snapdragon 805 by the time the phone rolls off the assembly line. He also tells us that the phone is slightly smaller than the Samsung Galaxy S5 with thinner bezels. Oddly enough, he notes that the phone is "asymmetrical" with the top of the handset more curved. In case you were wondering, the Samsung Galaxy F is said to be IP 67 certified, giving the "premium" version of Samsung's flagship model the same protection against dust and water as the Galaxy S5.

As usual, we suggest that you take these images with a grain of salt. It is always healthy to be cynical to a certain degree when dealing with leaks.


Thanks, Anonymous tipster!

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