Very few things manage to fly completely under the radar in the world of mobile, but the Samsung Galaxy F is a prime (pun intended) example of a device that makes us scream: “Enough with the fuggin’ leaks already, just LAUNCH IT.”
See, the Samsung Galaxy F was first mentioned back in September 2013, almost a year ago, and subsequently failed to appear at Mobile World Congress this past February – despite countless rumours to the contrary. Fast-forward to June (almost July), and we’re seeing yet another leaked shot.
The front of the Samsung Galaxy F is in fact white, with a dotted finish seemingly, while the Glowing Gold is evidenced on the sides – presumably carrying around to the back, too.
Again, one of the major selling points of the Samsung Galaxy F is its metal rear, a first for a high-end Samsung phone.
Other rumoured Samsung Galaxy F specs include a QHD resolution (2560 x 1440), 3GB of RAM and quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, all of which should be enough to give the LG G3 cause for concern.
Having said that, the Samsung Galaxy F is tipped by some to remain a Korean/Asian exclusive.