Metal vs Plastic: Samsung Galaxy F gets pictured with Galaxy S5

The much rumored Samsung Galaxy F which is supposedly the premium variant of Samsung Galaxy S5 (Previously referred as Galaxy S5 Prime) and definitely Samsung’s warning siren to the LG G3 is again in the news. The previous leak of this Smartphone shows some of the alleged pictures of the yet-to-release Galaxy F which hints of a metallic design and a 5.5 inch monstrous screen. But the latest leak is much more interesting as the picture shows the Galaxy F right beside the Samsung’s current Flagship Galaxy S5.

Assuming the leaked picture is a genuine snap of Galaxy F rather than another hoax, it is much more evident that Samsung is trying to prove its dominance in the Smartphone market once again by dethroning the LG G3, which packs a beautiful build design and premium features. The alleged picture clearly shows the front view of Galaxy F and Galaxy S5 (We guess that the leakster want to highlight the Galaxy F design) which hints a thin bezel just like the LG G3.

The thin bezel in the Galaxy F ensures the higher Screen-to-device ratio which reflects the overall build quality and compactness of the device. But unlike the LG G3, the Galaxy F still seems to have higher area at the bottom of the screen which may be due to the Samsung’s traditional Hardware home button. We seriously want Samsung to get rid of the annoying hardware button which is way less cooler for a Flagship device.


We have already seen the Samsung Galaxy F specs leak which hints of a 5.5 inch monstrous Quad HD screen, powered by the Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor along with 3 GB of RAM and packs a 16 MP camera on the back with Optical Image Stabilization. Looking at the previous leaks and the new leak which shows a compact design with improved screen-to-device ratio, it is crystal clear that Samsung is all set to wage a war on LG G3 and other upcoming Flagship devices.

The Galaxy F is rumored to launch around in the September, so it’s a long way to go and we expect much more leaks of the device which will give us more insight. So let’s wait and see if the metal monster Galaxy F takes down its competitors.

Via Phonearena