Samsung To Release A Premium Level S5 Model

Posted: Feb 27 2014, 10:21am CST | by , in Mobile Phones


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Samsung to release a premium level S5 model
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The new F luxury line will begin with S5's new high end model with improved chassis and an aluminum built

So this is something now that goes without a saying that the S5 has met a lot of criticism since it was first unveiled by Samsung a few days earlier. Many of us had been expecting something more premium in the package and that being not the case has disappointed many Galaxy S series fans. But there might be hope for the S5 in the other model which was rumored to come with higher end specs and little hints were dropped by Samsung as well on the MWC event. A premium Galaxy S5 model will soon make its way to the market to target the higher end customers who have likes for premium level smartphones. This new model will most certainly form the backbone of the luxury F line of devices.

The executives at Samsung have remained busy to devise a forward strategy for the luxury F line of hardware. The beginning of this new line will be marked by this premium level S5 and the reason for using the S5 is that this will generate a higher level of attention from Samsung fans. This new improved version will most probably come out by the month of May.

Talking of the improvements, the new premium line S5 will be made with an improved chassis which will give the devise a robust and luxurious look and feel. The underlying structure on the other hand will be built from aluminum and we still haven’t got any details on the other internal specs of the phone.

source: ETNews (translated)

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