The Samsung Galaxy Alpha — or S5 Prime, if you will — has shown up in several leaked images, giving us a better look at what could be a mid-generation refresh of the flagship. The Galaxy Alpha, as it's called in the latest leak, looks like a Galaxy S5 but with less-rounded edges (reminiscent of the Galaxy Note 3), small bezels and purportedly has a metal chassis rather than plastic.
The back plate has a familiar dimpled soft touch material look to it, though, which would still be acceptable by many if at least some of the build was switched over to metal. The camera pod and heart rate sensor are both here in the same style as the original, but in a slightly different configuration.
LTE-Advanced branding is found on the back plate, indicating that this is likely a South Korean model that we're looking at, so we can take any design elements with an extra grain of salt as it all may change if the device heads out to other countries.
At this point the device is certainly a thing, we just don't know exactly what it is. If this is the same Galaxy S5 Prime we've heard rumors of, with a 2560 x 1440 display, 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 805 processor, this really could be the ultra-high-end Galaxy S5 everyone has been waiting for.
Source: Tinh tế