More Samsung Galaxy S5 Active Official Photos Leak

Posted: May 29 2014, 12:51pm CDT | by , in Mobile Phones


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More Samsung Galaxy S5 Active official photos leak
Photo Credits: evleaks

The pictures show the AT&T version of the phone with front and back sides

It appears as if there never is going to be an end to all the leaks pouring in for the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active – surprisingly enough, this one is getting the same amount of hype as its elder brother Galaxy S5. We are sure most of you already know from where these leaked images have come to us. Once again we will have to be thankful to the popular @evelaks.

The press images show the AT&T version of the phone and fortunately we can see both sides of the phone. One picture shows the front of the phone while the other one shows the back side. From what we can see, the design has been inspired from its predecessor, just like we had expected. We can see bolt like elements on all four corners of the phone at the back panel along with a thicker plastic on the sides that ought to protect it from unexpected gravity lessons. There are more things apart from the design which the phone has adopted from predecessor S4 Active as the back cover can be removed to reveal the user-replaceable battery as well as the microSD and microSIM card slots. The 2,800mAh is the same as what was featured on the original S5.

The S5 Active is going to sport a 5.2" 1080p Super AMOLED screen in addition to the usual physical hardware navigation keys below it. Other specs have not yet been confirmed but the rumors suggest that the phone will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC, 2GB of RAM, and a 16MP camera.

source: twitter

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