Images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy F smartphone were recently leaked. The upscale phone, which is expected to launch beside Galaxy Note 4 in September, looks like a standard Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (LON:BC94) (KRX:0059935) flagship phone.
Another leaked image for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy F
A closer look at the upcoming phone shows a metallic gold frame that also happens to be a part of the new metal casing Samsung is using. Previous leaked images show the front and back of the Samsung Galaxy F which shows a more sophisticated design instead of dimpled plastic. Another previous leak from PhoneArena shows a leaked photo of the Galaxy F next to the Galaxy S5 to demonstrate the subtle changes which include slimmer side bezels and a smaller button.
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Rumored specifications for the phone include a 5.3 inch quad-HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM, 16-megapixel rear camera, 2-megapixel front camera, microSD support, LTE-Advanced support, and Android 4.4.3 KitKat operating system.
Samsung is one of the leading smartphone brands in the market. It was Samsung and other similar Android-phone makers that really put the Android brand in the front and made Google a direct competitor to Apple. Rumors regarding the upcoming Galaxy F smartphone will continue to heat up thanks to the dismal sales of the Galaxy S5. Many fans are disappointed with the latest Galaxy flagship phone and want more. If current rumors indicate anything, the Galaxy 5 is the smartphone we’ve all been waiting for.
Samung reeling from low sales for the Galaxy S5
One reason Samsung’s Galaxy S5 hasn’t been as successful in terms of sales is design. For the longest time, the Galaxy flagship smartphone has a low-key look. Compared to the Apple iPhone’s upscale look, the Galaxy S line looks basic with a plastic body. One of the things that keeps Apple in lead is the fact the company is almost always reinventing its key products.