Earlier this week Samsung formally announced the Galaxy S5 LTE-A. It has the same build and design as the Galaxy S5 which was released back in April, but the smartphone touts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor and a Quad HD display. Now we have been hearing for a few weeks now that a premium variant of the Galaxy S5 is on the cards, and while the recently announced variant may live up to that expectation, it appears that the Galaxy F is still very much in the pipeline. One thing that’s said to set the Galaxy F apart from the Galaxy S5 is its metal build. The latter is fashioned out of plastic so a change in build material would certainly be a big selling point for the device.
It appears we haven’t seen the last of the Samsung Galaxy F. After Samsung officially took the wraps off the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A — their super premium higher-end Galaxy S5 for Korea – we thought that might have been the last we heard of the Galaxy F. After being the subject of so many leaks from tipster @evleaks, the phone is making yet another appearance online, this time in what Samsung is allegedly calling their “Glowing Gold” color variant. The phone looks no different than the Galaxy S5 LTE-A and despite Samsung’s claims that the phone wont be making its way out of South Korea, we wouldn’t at all be surprised to find the phone being rebranded as the Galaxy F. Renaming the phone entirely as a completely separate line could be Samsung’s way of avoiding stepping on the toes of those who recently purchased Samsung’s current flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S5. Buyer’s remorse isn’t the feeling you want associated with your flagship line. Exactly where the Samsung Galaxy F is headed is anyone’s guess. But with the phone still making appearances online, you can bet this isn’t the last we hear of Samsung’s even more premium Galaxy phone.