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Samsung Galaxy F leaks reveal the phone for the first time

Apr 7 2014, 1:40pm CDT | by , in Rumors | Mobile Phones

Samsung Galaxy F leaks reveal the phone for the first time
credits: @WindyLeak
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Samsung Galaxy F is believed to be the first quad HD phone with metal body released by Samsung.

Samsung's Galaxy S5 after a long wait, launches this nearing Friday and as extraordinary as it looks, it doesn't exactly measure up to the handset the world was anticipating as a consequence of months of speculation and leaks. It would appear, in any case, the metal cell phone with a quad HD presentation depicted in those bits of gossip may at present be coming, and another arrangement of spilled photographs may have recently envisioned the premium telephone despite any precedent to the contrary.

 

For quite some time it has been asked why Samsung won't launch a cell phone with a high-end metal lodging to compliment the organization's incredible programming and top notch displays. A high-end Galaxy S5 model was required to do simply that, then again, Samsung just uncovered one variant of its premium smartphone in February 2014. Notwithstanding, unnamed Twitter client Windyleak has posted two photographs of what he claims to be a Samsung cell phone with a quad HD show. He never particularly alludes to the quite reputed premium "Galaxy F" handset that numerous accept will be Samsung's first quad HD phone, however Hdblog.it accepts this is to be surely that phone.

Why is there so much confusion encompassing the gadget? As might be seen in the photographs, the handset is secured by a testing cover that disguises everything except for the showcase, the ports and the home icon. Technology rumors recommended that the telephone will offer a 5.2-inch quad HD show (2,560 x 1,440 pixels), a quad-center Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM and a 16-megapixel rear camera.

 

 

Source: TWITTER [1]TWITTER [2]

 

 

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