The Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime has leaked again, this time in a set of images apparently showing the upcoming, aluminium-clad handset in all its glory.
Looking similar to a regular Galaxy S5, but with a thinner aluminium bezel and metallic finish to its back, the phone is rumoured to have a higher resolution screen than the S5 currently on sale, and will answer the demands of many Samsung critics - it will ditch the glossy plastic to feel like a premium phone on par with the iPhone and HTC One (M8).
Although it’s impossible to tell from these images alone, the Galaxy S5 Prime is claimed to have a screen resolution of 1440 x 2560 - compared to the 1920 x 1080 regular S5 - and it will be powered by Qualcomm’s new quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor with 2GB of RAM.
Talk of a more premium S5 has circled ever since the regular phone was announced back in February, and has accelerated since its 11 April launch. When (and if) the G5 Prime will arrive is anyone’s guess for now, but it could be launched alongside a new Galaxy Note at Samsung’s annual Unpacked event at the IFA technology trade show in Berlin in September.
Source: Phone Arena