The Samsung Galaxy F leaked today, in what is claimed to be a real-life picture of the upcoming device. We’ve heard a lot of rumors and seen a lot of leaks recently regarding the device, but most of them were in the form of leaked press renders. The image above is claimed to be representing the Galaxy F, and you can immediately notice the metal frame around the screen.
If you think it resembles the chamfered edges on the iPhone 5/5s, or the HTC One/One M8, you’re not wrong. However, the interesting bit comes in the report that accompanies the image. Apparently, according to unnamed sources with knowledge of Samsung’s plans, the phone will maintain its removable battery cover, which will continue to be plastic. The report claims that the Samsung Galaxy F leaked today will use a metal frame, while keeping everything like on the S5.
So, instead of an all-metal build, we’re expecting a metal chassis, inside of which should be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, helped by 3G of RAM, driving a Quad HD screen, pretty much like on the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A.