Rumors of a more premium, Samsung Galaxy device have been escalating in recent days. Earlier this week, @evleaks tweeted a leaked press image (pictured above) for what could be the Samsung Galaxy F, Samsung’s new smartphone featuring an aluminum construction. The render seemed to confirm those rumors, showing a brushed aluminum back, not too unlike the faux metal material found on the LG G3.
Today, the folks at PhoneArena have nabbed some pictures of the Samsung Galaxy F as it appeared in the wild. The phone, according to the tipster, carries a Snapdragon 801 inside, but only because it’s an early pre-production model. The final version that will be available in stores is said to house a Snapdragon 805 with rumors pointing to a quad HD 1440×2560 resolution display, 3GB of RAM and an improved 16MP OIS shooter.
Something tells us no matter what they call it, this isn’t going to sit too well with those who have recently purchased the Galaxy S5. If Samsung does releases a higher-end device a few short months after their main flagship, would any Galaxy S5 owners out there feel duped?