Samsung as a company has never been afraid to launch many different smartphones to cater to the needs of different market segments. Some are entry level, while some are mid and high end smartphones. In January we saw the Korean company announce the Galaxy Note 3 Neo range, and just last month, we saw the company announcing the next-flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5. We don’t yet know the pricing and availability of this much awaited smartphone, which was announced at the Mobile World Congress. However, now that the S5 smartphone has been announced, the focus has shifted to what is known as a premium Samsung smartphone known as Galaxy F.
Galaxy F features and concept images
A graphic designer by the name Ivo Maric has created a concept render of the Galaxy F smartphone, based on leaks and of course, his imagination. This Galaxy F is said to be the premium version of the Galaxy S5, however, nothing is set in stone at this stage.
This concept features an aluminum enclosure with a huge display that stretches almost to the edges of the phone. In fact, this might be the first step for the Korean company where it would move away from its normal slab design with plastic appearance towards a tough looking aluminum, which kind of gives it a premium look.
Q2 2022 hedge fund letters database is now up. See what stocks top hedge funds are selling, what they are buying, what positions they are hiring for, what their investment process is, their returns and much more! This page is updated frequently, VERY FREQUENTLY, daily, or sometimes multiple times a day. As we get new Read More
Previously there was a rumor that the company is working on a premium version of its flagship smartphone, which would be dubbed as either Galaxy S5 Prime or Galaxy F. The phone, however, was never announced and still remains a mystery. Some reports suggest that the handset is still in development and might be announced later this year.
Turning to the tech specs of the purported Galaxy F, it would likely feature specs similar to the Galaxy S5, but it would have an aluminum enclosure similar to those found in HTC One or iPhone. The device may also feature a quad HD 5.2-inch display with a 1080p screen.
The device is said to be launched in the second quarter of 2014.