Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime spotted on Indian import-export site?

Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime spotted on Indian import-export site?
The high-end variant of the Samsung Galaxy S5, rumored to be called the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime, was possibly spotted on the Zauba web site. We've mentioned this Indian site before, because it keeps track of shipments into the country from companies like Samsung. The Korean tech titan is known for shipping devices into India for testing.

On the Zauba site, the SM-G906K was listed as having been shipped into the country for R&D purposes. Samsung sent four units into India, each one valued at 30,527 Rupees ($504 USD). The SM-906S model number was recently spotted at the GFX benchmark site, revealing many of the high-end specs that are expected to be on the phone.

There is speculation that the SM-G906 is the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime. Unlike the regular variant of the Samsung Galaxy S5, this model will feature a metal casing, a 1440 x 2560 QHD resolution screen, a Snapdragon 805 processor, and 3GB of RAM. The latest rumor has Samsung unveiling the phone as soon as next month. The SM-906K is a model for Korea Telecom, while the SM-906S should be headed to SK Telecom.


source: Zauba, GFX, Ubergizmo via BGR

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