Samsung Galaxy F First Live Photo Appears

Posted: Jul 4 2014, 2:21pm CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Samsung Galaxy F first live photo appears
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The frame is similar to iPhone 5s but the front resembles the Galaxy S5

Since the Samsung Galaxy S5 arrived, we had been hearing about the more luxurious version of it named the Galaxy F but now it has been a long time since we have received anything solid on it and we have been thinking that the phone has remained in rumorland for almost forever. So far we haven’t landed with anything that holds official value but all the rumors we have got so far state the same features including a metal chassis, a QHD display and Snapdragon 805 chipset with 3GB of RAM. There are numerous leaks surrounding the phone and the renders appear to be quite official-like. Most of the alleged live pictures showed super-thin bezels, and confirmed some interesting details, including the possible release date.

We have recently got a Galaxy F live picture shedding some light on the metal frame. The overall form factor indicates towards a premium device and the frame resembles that of the iPhone 5s however the front of the phone is like the original Galaxy S5. An insider source tells us that the phone is going to be similar to the S5 and will have a removable plastic back but with aluminum frame identical with the latest iPhones. You must keep in mind that we cannot rely on this picture for a solid opinion because nothing can be confirmed before Samsung goes ahead with the announcement.

source: gsmarena

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