It might seem to you that Samsung is releasing a new smartphone every other minute, and now rumour has it that another premium device, the Galaxy F, is on its way.
The Samsung Galaxy F, according to leaked reports from ETNews.com, will be Samsung’s first phone to be feature a full-aluminium body as an attempt to move away from the ‘cheap’ looking plastic casing that coats its current Galaxy range.
The Galaxy F is also set to be a premium device that will join the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S4 in Samsung’s high-spec range of smartphones; the Galaxy F is rumoured to fill the gap between Samsung’s S range summer release and Note range pre-Christmas launch.
Other specs that the Galaxy F device is rumoured to have include a whopping 16 megapixel rear-facing camera, and Exynos 5 Octa processor.
It is not clear exactly how much truth is in these latest rumours, though with critics putting pressure on Samsung to make its products look more premium, a full-metal bodied smartphone with top of the range specs could be just what the consumers are calling for.