Samsung's Galaxy F Gets Pictured Alongside Galaxy S5, Teases Super Slim Bezel

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Samsung's Galaxy S5 has been on shelves all over the world for some time now, but a lot of you have been waiting for the "Prime" variant of the Galaxy S5 which has been said to be on its way for months now. The Galaxy S5 Prime has now become the Galaxy F and photos of the device in the flesh keep on trickling out, seemingly confirming the device's existence. We've seen it a leak out a few times before now, showing off the rear of the device and its metal backing. Now, we get to take a look at the Galaxy F next to the Galaxy S5.

The images that have been passed to PhoneArena aren't of the best quality, but they do clearly show the Galaxy F's slim bezels when compared to the Galaxy S5. In fact, it almost looks like there's no bezel at all, and we're sure this has been done to sell the "premium" side of the Galaxy F. There are some more images showing the back of this mythical device and what looks like the Galaxy F's metal backing, as well as the heart rate monitor found on the Galaxy S5.

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There's of course a chance that this is some sort of prototype that never came to be or some sort of very well put together hoax, but if not then it looks like the Galaxy F is on its way. According to rumor the F could be packing a 5.3-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display, with 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 805 as well as a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera with Optical Image Stabilization. These specs alone would make for a potent device indeed, but the premium build that's said to be the main focus of the Galaxy F could bring a new wave of customers to Samsung, including those unwilling to give up their iPhone due to build quality. Still, this is all rumor right now so take this with a little helping of salt and don't hold your breath.

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