Latest reports indicate that Samsung has plans to release its next generation gadget – Galaxy S5 together with the Galaxy F series in early 2014.
Initially, speculations about Galaxy F appeared on the internet in September 2013 but no much has been heard again until now.
ET News, Korean media, citing sources from the industry, reports that Samsung created its Galaxy F prototype in Europe recently and has shifted to its Vietnam branch, possibly for mass production.
While there is no solid evidence to ascertain the report, many people believe that Samsung’s mystery device – SM-G900F may turn to be the brand new Galaxy F.
Antutu benchmarking site had indicated that SM-G900F (the current Galaxy F) would have a full HD display (1920x1080p), Snapdragon chipset (MSM8974AC), CPU speed of 2.45GHz, 3GB RAM, Android v4.4 KitKat OS, 32GB inbuilt memory, front camera of 2.0-megapixel, and main camera with 16.0 megapixel.
Also, Galaxy S5, which is said to be in the production line, will feature a huge (5.25-inch) display with 2560x1440p resolution and a metal shell, 64-bit architecture, KitKat OS, 16-megapixel main camera that uses ISOCELL technology, 4GB RAM, front camera of 2.1 megapixel and biometric technology for unlocking screen.
Samsung is expected to release both Galaxy S5 and Galaxy F at once, either March or April.