Even before the launch of the Galaxy S5, the Internet rumormill was abuzz with reports of a metal-clad Quad-HD variant, dubbed the Galaxy S5 Prime. After months of leaks, possible device sightings and rumors, we have our first clear look at the purported Galaxy F, thanks to notorious leakster @evleaks.
From the render, we can see that the Galaxy F features a brushed metallic finish (whether it is a metallic chassis or a metal finish with a plastic back remains to be seen) that is consistent with the leaked images of the device from earlier this week. The Galaxy F also has thinner bezels when seen against the Galaxy S5, and will likely be available in a golden color variant.
Other than that, there isn't any official information as to when Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy F. Current rumors suggest that the device might launch alongside the Galaxy Note 4 in September.
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. Considering the lack of any official confirmation, we suggest you take the news with an obligatory grain of salt.
What do you think of the Galaxy F?