And yet again we’re hearing that Samsung will launch a whole new series of phones that will be even more premium than its Galaxy S line-up. The earlier-rumored Galaxy F has managed to get some media attention in the last few days, hinting us this thing is real.
The new information confirms the all-metal body, adding that Sammy will launch its first F-Series device soon after the Galaxy S5 is unveiled. We’re hoping that this new phone won’t affect the S5’s specs which should include all the latest bells and whistles, including the fastest chip available at that moment, 2K screen, 4GB of RAM and a 16-megapixel camera on the back. As for the Galaxy F, we’re not sure what else it could add to the mix. Presuming it launches few months after Galaxy S5, it could get an even faster processor, which may also find its way to the also upcoming Note 4.
Samsung’s current strategy involves launching two flagship devices per year. And with the “F phone” included in the mix, the company would suddenly be launching three premium devices per year. Sounds weird yet kinda expected for Samsung’s ever increasing appetites. What do you think of it?