Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime caught at the FCC but it’s not a model made for the U.S.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime caught at the FCC

FCC has approved the still unannounced Samsung SM-G906S, which could easily be the rumored Galaxy S5 Prime. The unit in question comes in three different flavors — SM-G906S, SM-G906K and SM-G906L — each of which is made for a different Korean carrier – SK Telekom, KT and LG U+.

As such, these devices sing along LTE band 5 and band 17, and are not meant to be sold on the U.S. soil. Still, even this variants excite us, hinting us that it won’t be too long before Samsung launches its very first phone with a QHD screen. That’s 1,440 x 2,560 pixels baby, a la LG G3.

Amazing screen aside, the Galaxy S5 Prime should also sport Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 chip, 3GB of RAM and an all-aluminum body. It is still unknown how the phone will end-up being called; some say it could be Galaxy F, while some others think it will be known as Galaxy Alpha. We’ll make sure to catch all the leaks floating around the Interwebs and get back to you as soon as we have something interesting to add. Stay tuned in the meantime…

[Via: PhoneArena]

  • Arron Hall

    am not interested in this Galaxy S5 prime. Well, I have standard Galaxy S5 from
    last 2 months and like its specs such as water and dust resistant body, touch
    wiz finger print scanner, 2800mAh battery backup and 16MP camera. However, it
    is little annoying to remove the flap over the charging port in order to charge
    the device. To overcome this issue recently purchased a wireless charger with
    receiver from Amazon
    to keep the device fully charged without messing up with wires anymore.

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