Galaxy S5 Active reportedly coming to Sprint and AT&T, Galaxy Mega 2 bound for China

A deluge of information regarding upcoming Samsung handsets has leaked online. According to @evleaks, the Galaxy S5 Prime is headed to Europe as the SM-G901. The device will reportedly be offered in blue, black, white and gold, just like its plastic-clad sibling. Along with the Galaxy S5 Prime, the leak reveals carrier availability and model numbers for the Galaxy S5 Active and the Galaxy Mega 2.

The Galaxy S5 Active, which was rumored to head to Sprint and AT&T yesterday, will reportedly be available on both networks, in addition to Bell Canada (SM-G870W). The Sprint version (SM-G860P) will be offered in blue and black color variants, while the AT&T version (SM-G870A) will feature dark green, greenish blue, ruby red, and titanium silver color variations.

Details on the 6-inch Galaxy Mega 2 include a model number SM-G750A in addition to the carriers the device will be available on. Along with AT&T, the Mega 2 is said to launch on several carriers in China and Taiwan with differing model numbers. According to @evleaks, the Mega 2 will be available in three color variants: brown, black, and white.

There is also a mention of a new Gear wearable with a model number SM-R382. This could likely be the Gear Fitness, a term Samsung trademarked in the US last month. Or it could even be the Gear Glass.

Source: @evleaks