Samsung’s upcoming smartphone, the Galaxy F, has recently been making lots of the headlines, partly because it belongs to a new series of Galaxy set of devices, and mainly because Samsung is looking up to this device to give the likes of LG G3 and iPhone 6 a fight.
FYI, right now, LG G3 is beating S5 by 3: 1 in sales, in Korea, so Samsung definitely needs a better device than the Galaxy S5.
Three more images of the phone were leaked only recently today. Apart from the one you see at the top, here are the remaining leaked snaps of the Galaxy F.
While the photos are nowhere near HD quality, they do give us a look at the device. The first image shows the Galaxy F logo displayed on the screen, along with the “Powered by Android” text, which Google made mandatory on all devices running the Android OS. You can also see brushed metal surface on the phone’s rear.
The Galaxy F is a premium version of the their current flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S5. Naturally it boasts hardware superior to that of the S5.
The Galaxy F is rumored to sport a massive 5.3″ Quad HD display and will be powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, with hopes of a whopping 3GB RAM. The phone will have a 16 Megapixel shooter with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) on the rear.
Samsung are rumored be launching the Galaxy F this September.