The Samsung Galaxy F — previously named (tentatively) Galaxy S5 Prime — has recently paid the FCC a visit, and was subject to speculation in terms of the processor that will be at its core. A recently leaked image places the metallic Galaxy F next to the current Samsung flagship, the Galaxy S5.
Before we dive into analyzing the stills, we’ll tell you to keep a small dose of skepticism, as the veracity of these images can’t be verified for now. That being said, the first thing that strikes us is the reduced bezels surrounding the screen. We can’t judge from these images whether the bezels are as thin as the ones on the LG G3, but they definitely look a lot thinner than the bezels on the GS5.
The home button is still there, in case you were wondering, and the general layout seems to follow Samsung’s (rather old) design guidelines. The case of the phone is expected to be metallic, but we can’t really judge from the pictures previously leaked (manufacturers are getting better and better at emulating metal, while using plastic, as seen on the LG G3). The recently leaked render doesn’t seem to help a lot, and neither do the previously leaked images.
The phone is expected to pack a 5.3-inch QHD display, like on the G3, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM, and a 16MP OIS-equipped shooter.