Samsung SM-G750 features a 5.1-inch 720p display, is it really a Galaxy S5 Neo?

Samsung SM-G750 features a 5.1-inch 720p display, is it really a Galaxy S5 Neo?
The unannounced Samsung SM-G750 that was first discovered last month has a 5.1-inch display - according to a listing found at Zauba, a website that tracks down Indian imports and exports. While such a display should make the SM-G750 similar in size to the Galaxy S5, some of its alleged features are not on par with what the S5 flagship is offering. More exactly, the SM-G750’s screen seemingly has a 720 x 1280 pixel resolution. So what we could have here is a Galaxy S5 Neo.

Zauba is listing two versions of the Samsung SM-G750: an SM-G750H and an SM-G750F. A third variant, the SM-G750A (which is believed to be an AT&T-bound model), already has a User Agent profile that’s accessible at Samsung Mobile’s official website. The UA profile confirms the handset’s 720p display, and the fact that it runs Android.

A Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini (SM-G800) is reportedly also in the making. This should sport a 720p display, too, but measuring only 4.5-inches, not 5.1. Of course, these two names - S5 Mini and S5 Neo - aren’t confirmed at the moment. But we assume that it won’t be long until Samsung reveals some official details regarding both the SM-G750 and the SM-G800.

sources: Samsung (.xml file), Zauba via (translated)


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