The Galaxy F and Galaxy S5 Pictured Together
Another day, another Samsung device rumor! Samsung and their wild line up of Galaxies look ready to grow yet again! In this ever changing world of mobile electronics Samsung has taken a stand against a lack of options. Currently you can find a Galaxy S smart phone or tablet in nearly every shape, size, resolution, internal set up and color you could ever imagine. Earlier this week we saw the Galaxy Core Lite get launched in Taiwan and today rumors surrounding the high end Galaxy F has leaked into the headlines once again…but this time with pictures!
The Samsung Galaxy F is poised to be the next best flagship from the company. But how could a flagship smart phone that is better than the current Galaxy S5? Easy, build the handset with some premium materials, bump its pixel resolution as well as its internal spec sheet and of course up the price tag a bit. The Galaxy F was rumored and ultimately leaked by @Evleaks sometime ago and the hype surrounding the device has yet to die off. This morning Phonearena.Com got their hands on some excellent pictures that show off the Galaxy F side by side with the Galaxy S5. The pictures show us a Galaxy F that has a lot less bezel then its S5 predecessor and will likely give the LG G3 a run for its money in that department. According to previous leaks the Galaxy F is expected to use a 5.3 inch QHD touch screen that will offer up a 1440×2560 resolution. Underneath this super awesome touch screen should be a Qualcomm made Snapdragon 805 quad core processor and 3 GB of RAM. Around back of the F we are expecting a 16 mega pixel camera with OIS. The housing of the device is also expected to be constructed of a premium metal material and according to the source that leaked these photos the Galaxy F is expected to become official in September.
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