Galaxy F comparison shot with S5 shows thinner bezel, larger screen

Alleged images of Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone, the Galaxy F, have leaked yet again but there's still no information about the device's launch.

The top image posted by PhoneArena, compares the Galaxy F with the Galaxy S5. In the picture, the thinner bezel and slightly larger 5.2-inch screen can be noticed clearly, confirming some of the rumours about the display. The resolution of the screen is alleged to be 2540x1440 but it cannot be ascertained by just looking at the image. Some of the other hardware specifications rumoured for the device include a Snapdragon 805 quad core CPU, 3GB of RAM and a Qualcomm MDM9635 multimode modem,​ that is capable of 255Mbps download speeds over 4G LTE.

Evleaks also posted a press shot of the gold coloured Galaxy F earlier today as a follow up to his earlier post from last week, which showed the silver Galaxy F. The smartphone is expected to be a premium variant of the Galaxy S5 but with the number of hardware changes alleged to be part of the device, it might as well be a parallel series for people seeking better quality devices.

Source: PhoneArena, @evleaks | Images via PhoneArena, @evleaks

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...although, if they are going for 1440p resolution on a 5.2 inch screen, that's just dumb. More than 5% dumber than LG's G3 1440 5.5 inch screen.

At these sizes, even 1080p is a bit excessive. Nobody can see pixels that small. 1440 is just ridiculous.

The only perceptible difference is worse battery, worse graphics performance and, if the G3 is anything to go by, worse brightness.

Wait, I thought the S5 WAS the premium Galaxy phone?
You're telling me a £500+ phone is budget or even mid range? Samsung must be on some pretty strong drugs

the whole phone is way too big, smaller phones should have biger screens, no touch or hardware buttons, but on-screen instead and the sides and back of the phone should be used as well, probably for adding more LED flashes for greater flashlight and photography, as well some notifications and a visualization when playing music and stuff


bigger devices with bigger screens are just ignorant, since only the worst kind of simpletons get fascinated by something like that

garou_heki said,
bigger devices with bigger screens are just ignorant, since only the worst kind of simpletons get fascinated by something like that

Until the iCrowd go nuts over a bigger screen and whatever size it is becomes known as 'must have'

Son_Of_Dad said,

Until the iCrowd go nuts over a bigger screen and whatever size it is becomes known as 'must have'

At least Apple's release cycle isn't mediocre as hell like all these Android releases from Samsung and HTC.

Mr.XXIV said,

At least Apple's release cycle isn't mediocre as hell like all these Android releases from Samsung and HTC.

what do you mean by "mediocre"?

they can do whatever the f~ the want

Mr.XXIV said,
Just because they can, doesn't mean they should.

What have you even learned in life..

i have learned that winners are the ones that write history

Mr.XXIV said,

This is why Grimmjow got hit a** kicked.


:D

bad guys always die, thats im a fan of them and not of the protagonist

Nothing you can do about it... Same way Microsoft does to their software... like this Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows XP, etc.

They name their stuff as the way they want...

They really need to slow down the release cycle of new phones before they're competing against themselves. 5.2 screen and thin bezel, weren't they both rumoured for the S5 which ended up being a minimal change from the S4.

As much as I dislike Samsung, I do like having choice. Being this close to getting an iPhone yesterday, I ended up with a Galaxy S5 Active. No regrets.

dead.cell said,
As much as I dislike Samsung, I do like having choice. Being this close to getting an iPhone yesterday, I ended up with a Galaxy S5 Active. No regrets.

anothercookie said,
They take the shotgun approach sell everything to everyone in every price range. Discontinue what doesn't work and try again.

Waste of resources, and it doesn't even make things exciting anymore. They're just bloating the market. I don't even hate Android, actually, I hate all these stupid OEM's.

Think about not to install junk apps... that waste the battery life.

My phone is clean and last longer than my friend's phone who has lot of junk apps that last a few hours.

I managed to get a day and a half out of my GS2. Considering this GS5 Active is running 4G all day (since AT&T has WAY better coverage than Sprint), me playing on it every second I got a chance to, taking pictures and playing Game of War... I'd say it held up well to my expectations yesterday, and that's without JuiceDefender or any power saving modes. :)