A new leak is showing off what is believed to be the first press image of the Galaxy S5 Active. The photo shows the device's front surface, which comes with a trio of Android navigation keys in a design language that's very similar to the Galaxy S4 Active released last summer. The Galaxy S5 Active was last shown off in a leaked YouTube video detailing some of its features, but this time we are seeing what appears to be a leaked, clear press photo posted by serial leaker evleaks.
The photo shows AT&T's logo in the software screen as well as the network's use of the 4G LTE logo on the Android notifications bar. At this point, neither AT&T nor Samsung has confirmed or commented of the existence of the device.
The Galaxy S4 Active was an AT&T exclusive when it launched last year. It's unclear if the Galaxy S5 Active will launch again on AT&T if and when it gets announced, or if the carrier will be able to snag another exclusive.
The image shown here portrays a device with bumpers around the top and bottom edges of the phone, which could potentially make the Galaxy S5 Active a bit more resilient to drops and tumbles than the standard, non-Active Galaxy S5 available today.