Samsung Galaxy F Leaks Again; But This Time In Gold

Posted: Jun 14 2014, 1:50pm CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Samsung Galaxy F leaks again; but this time in gold
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The phone features a brushed metal finish which makes everything just more ‘premium’

The more recent news reports have been dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy F which is the new name given to the premium version of the already existing Galaxy S5. This version was in the news ever since we heard about the Galaxy S5 and soon after its launch, we started preparing ourselves for a ‘premium’ version of the phone. This is just going to be the S5 with even better specs and a metallic finish. This newest leak shows the phone in a completely new "perfect gold" shade.

We are not so sure about whether it is perfect or not but the color does seem to suit the phone a lot and it is doing it some good. The brushed metal finish makes everything just more ‘premium’ and we saw this look on the silver version which was leaked earlier. Since we have seen LG G3’s plastic which appears to be metal on the outside, we are having doubts about whether this Galaxy F is using actual metal or not. But plastic is not something that people would want if they are going to buy an upgraded version of the S5.

The Galaxy F has been rumored to sport a QHD (2560x1440 pixels) AMOLED touchscreen, and it may be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chipset. We are suspecting that the phone is going to feature all the sensors from the S5 including the fingerprint scanner on the front and the heart rate monitor on the back.

source: evleaks

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