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The new Samsung Galaxy S5 was just launched on February 24 at MWC. The official global launch of it it’s programmed for April 11. There are rumors now about a new high-end version of the new S5. This new version might be named Galaxy F. This new device is rumored to be launched somewhere in May.This new variant of S5 will probably feature a quad HD display on a all-metallic chassis. It will have a 64 bit Exynos SoC that will be manufactured by Samsung, one of the first devices that will have such a feature.  Other information on the web say that the F line will be somewhere between Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Note series, but we don’t know how Samsung can pull this up.

Today appeared online a possible design of the new Samsung F created by designer Ivo Marić according to the unofficial information., which you can see above. The design is pretty realistic with S5 features but with a metallic chassis. The F line will probably be a good  possibility for a niche of users that are looking for premium features, and the design shown in the sketch, even if it’s not the real one, looks very appealing.

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