While the first press render of the Galaxy F only showed off a partial view of the device otherwise known as the Galaxy S5 Prime, another render has now appeared courtesy of @evleaks and this time around we get a full look at the device with its 'glowing gold' trim.

The render doesn't offer any further insight into the device so all the previous rumors are still applicable. In case you've not been following those, it's expected the Galaxy S5 Prime will release alongside the alongside the Galaxy Note 4 in September, will offer thinner bezels than those found on the Galaxy S5 and will only be available in the gold color.

As for the specs, rumors indicate that the device will boast a Snapdragon 805 for international markets, and a Samsung Exynos SoC with LTE Cat 6 connectivity in select regions, 3 GB RAM and a QHD AMOLED display but we all know to take rumors with a grain of salt, right? Yeah.

Source: evleaks.at

 
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Wow...it must be nice to go from phone to phone for petty reasons like that. Enjoy your M8 and don't give in to phone lust!

I'm not sure being buggy qualifies as a petty reason! That's something which materially degrades your ability to use and enjoy using the phone.

My thoughts have been why an F series? What is the distinguishing factor that makes it an GALAXY "F"?

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Don't worry about it.

I'm confident the S5 will receive 'honorable mention' in this year's best smartphone of the year awards just like the S4 last year.

Sales, hearts and minds, replaceable battery, and profits is what really counts.

Who is this Chris Parsons and what have you done with Bla1ze lol This fall is going to be bananas for techies. I'm definitely going broke.

You and me both, man. Mostly because of the smart watches. I love gadgets and I love watches. These people may as well just stab me right in the wallet this year.

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no microsd or no removable battery would really kill the point of having a korean phone. i hope they keep it on the F

Hopefully metal, and it won't sell, and we can the metal phone is premium and people want it argument to rest.

Your dumb if this makes you mad.

It's It's in fact the joke, and proves if you're worried about grammar on the internet, then.....well I'm sure it proves something. Maybe a scientist can help me out.
Your dumb if this makes you mad.

Wait you meant s3...no sorry s5...no sorry

If you have something that works, you let it be

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Excellent. So it's still in play. *rubs hands together creepily*

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I wish the Galaxy F well this September at IFA but it's the Galaxy Note 4 for me hands down.

At the end of the day the Galaxy Note products are the GOLD standard of technology today nothing else matters.

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Stop.. Just stop...

Richard has learned from his timeout and we should encourage his good behavior... Unlike me

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At least with the Note 4, Samsung is going to get rid of their archaic 'old school' physical button.

Please use Qualcomm in the US. Exynos chips lag not sure why Samsung can't get their own chips to work better with their software

Oh and with the new generation what phone do you have with the next chip? Please write a review

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I Fahey want to make it different and not have people freak out, it needs to have on screen buttons. At least then it's more than just a spec bump from the S5.

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There are downsides to on-screen buttons, mainly the fact that they take up valuable screen space.

Although KitKat has tackled this problem with Immersion Mode, some app developers are too lazy to update their apps to be compatible with it and thus, ending up wasting screen space.

The solution is an Xposed module called Immerse Me, but it requires a rooted device.

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I have a feeling the phone Samsung released in Korea is similar to what we'll get when the iPhone is announced.

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I was hoping for other colors than gold:/ If it comes in black I will upgrade from my n4 :)

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+1 on this. I don't want a gold phone, and don't want to have to put a case on it to hide the color. And I'm not sure I want to make the jump in size to the Note either.

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I'm not trying to hate, but that date is a Friday, and the phone says Wednesday. Could be though, maybe they're just trying to throw us off with the wrong day?

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The galaxy F has been listed in a site in saudi arabia complete with specs dont know about the auntheticity of it though
http://www.mobile57.com/samsung-galaxy-f-3158-in-saudi-arabia-5002.php

Samsung Galaxy F Comes with Android OS, v4.4,3 (KitKat), Quad-core 2.7 GHz processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 APQ8084 Chipset, Andreno 450 GPU, AMOLED capacitive 2560 x 1440 pixels, 5.3 inches touchscreen, 16M colors, 16 GB internal storage, 3 GB RAM, microSD, up to 64 GB,16 MP, 3456 x 4608 pixels, optical image stabilization, autofocus, dual-LED flash Back and 2 MP front Camera, EDGE, GPRS, Bluetooth, GPS and wifi Smartphone Powered by Samsung

Samsung Galaxy F Other Features:

Multitouch up to 10 fingers Samsung Latest TouchWiz UI, Accelerometer, gyro, compass Sensors, SNS integration - Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic - MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/H.264/H.263 player - MP3/WAV/eAAC+/FLAC player - Organizer - Image/video editor - Document viewer - Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Picasa - Voice memo/dial - Predictive text input (Swype)

NETWORK
2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network HSDPA
4G Network LTE
announced 2014, June
Release Date Coming soon. Exp. release 2014, Q3
DISPLAY
Type AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 2560 x 1440 pixels, 5.3 inches (~554 ppi pixel density)
SOUND
Alert Type Vibration, MP3, WAV ringtones
Speakerphone Yes
MEMORY
Storage 16 GB storage, 3 GB RAM, microSD, up to 128 GB
DATA
GPRS Class 12
EDGE Class 12
Speed HSPA+; LTE-A
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, Wi-Fi hotspot
BlueTooth Yes, v3.0 with A2DP

USB Yes, microUSB v2.0, USB Host
CAMERA
Primary 16 MP, 3456 x 4608 pixels, optical image stabilization, autofocus, dual-LED flash
Video Yes, 1080p@30fps
Secondary Yes,2 MP
FEATURES
Operating System (OS) Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat)
Processor Quad-core 2.7 GHz
Messaging Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS
Browser HTML5
Games Yes, via Java MIDP emulator
Colors White, Black
GPS Yes, with A-GPS support and GLONASS

The only problem I see with this is that the site contradicts itself several times. The first section mentions Android 4.4.3 and microSD support up to 64 GB. But under the Memory section, it lists microSD up to 128 GB instead of the 64 GB it listed before. Then, under Features, it reports Android 4.4.2 which is inconsistent with the 4.4.3 it indicated first. This may just be mistakes on the site's part—I'm willing to give it the benefit of the doubt—but I agree, we'll find that out later.

If Sammy gets rid of the physical home button, I'm keeping my s5 for as long as possible. On screen buttons are retarded and take up valuable screen real estate.

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I'm a sucker for on-screen buttons, but I have to agree to this.

Immersion Mode is a great first step. Unfortunately, many app developers are far too lazy to make their apps compatible. Result? Wasted space.

And no. Immerse Me is not an actual solution since it requires a rooted device.

There are several advantages, like slimmer bezels and greater customization, but wasted screen real-estate is a deal breaker to quite a few.