A Galaxy S5 Sport ain’t no Galaxy S5 Active. The Sport was Sprint’s first try at commissioning Samsung for an exclusive phone that appealed to the fitness or rugged crowd. So far, though, it’s been Now Network, one; AT&T, three.

Well, we may have to chalk up another point between yellow and blue here as Indian import-export database Zauba has a listing for the SM-G880. We saw an earlier entry for an SM-G891 pop up, which we believe to be the Galaxy S7 Active.

Samsung’s current model name scheme dates back to the Galaxy S5. The plain “S” series have model numbers with the first of the three digits in the name being “9”. Here’s how the Active models and the Sport model have been tagged.

  • Galaxy S5 Active – SM-G870
  • Galaxy S5 Sport – SM-G860
  • Galaxy S6 Active – SM-G890
  • Galaxy S7 Active (rumored) – SM-G891
  • Galaxy S7 Sport (rumored) -SM-G880

It’s a likely bet, but not a sure one, so keep tabs with us and we’ll see if we end up getting a Galaxy S7 Sport for review. Perhaps it may be something else entirely.

Source: Zauba
Via: PhoneArena

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