Seems like with every major Galaxy iteration rumors start pouring in that the S3, S4, and now the S5 will finally be the first Samsung device to feature a premium metal construction. And here we are, barely a few months before the Galaxy S5 is made official and Korean news site ETNews is now reporting that production of the all-metal Galaxy S5 has already begun. According to them, the initial prototype designed in Europe has made its way to Samsung’s Vietnam plant for mass production.
But that’s not the only Samsung device to go all-metal in 2014. It looks like Samsung could also be prepping a new premium line dubbed the Galaxy F (SM-G900F). This even higher-end Galaxy variant could be one of the first smartphones to feature one of Samsung’s 2560×1600 resolution QHD 2K displays. No word on other specs, but again, this is pretty much speculative for now. We’ll let you know when we hear more.
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