The Samsung Galaxy S5 has been tested at AT&T and, at the time, various rumors suggested that the it would be launched during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. However, CES has already gone by the Galaxy S5 wasn't announced, obviously.
So far we have unearthed three different variants of the mobile device with the nomenclature SM-G900 – which are the SM-G900A (possibly for AT&T), the SM-G900F and the SM-G900S. In the latest update, a fourth variant of the SM-G900 series – which is widely thought to be the purported Samsung Galaxy S5 – has been identified to have been certified in Indonesia. The latest leak under the model number SM-G900H was sent out to Postel in Indonesia, who confirmed to have received three units of the SM-G900H, which were manufactured in three different countries – South Korea, Vietnam and China. Any other details pertaining to this variant are as of yet unavailable.
Previously, we had received some information through Samsung's mobile site, which outed that the SM-G900A variant sported a 1080p display, instead of the rumored 2K display which the next Samsung flagship is rumored to bring. Continuing with the same logic, we can expect the SM-G900H to be a replica of its other siblings in the SM-G900 series, but would be tailored specifically to the GSM network frequencies of Indonesia.
However, as we always say, all such unofficial information and rumors should be taken with a pinch of salt. The Samsung Galaxy S5 has been under the scanner and we have been hearing rumors flying all across the tech space. We have already received confirmation from a "senior Samsung official" that the Samsung Galaxy S5 will not be unveiled at the MWC next month. Instead, we hope the device to be unveiled sometime in March this year at either London or New York or maybe at both place simultaneously.
We are keeping our eyes peeled, in the meantime we would like to hear your views. Do you think the SM-G900H is a Galaxy S5 variant or is it not? Do let us know in the comments below.