Saturday , August 19 2017

Samsung Galaxy F render in ‘Glowing Gold’ shows up

Samsung Galaxy F in Glowing Gold
The rumoured high end Samsung Galaxy F just keeps on showing up, last week it was in ‘Perfect Golden’, but it looks like Samsung has decided that Gold is their colour, with a render in ‘Glowing Gold’ showing up at EvLeaks.

The render of the Galaxy F in Glowing Gold, still has the same Wednesday September 12th date on the screen, which was shown in the previous render, but there’s a problem as a quick look at a calendar will show you that September 12th is a Friday.

With IFA in Germany, running from the 5th to the 10th, it’s either a well put together fake, or more likely a ploy to put everyone off the actual date of release. EvLeaks is rarely wrong on his leaks so we’re putting credence in the renders being correct.

As for specs, this new render adds nothing, the Galaxy F, is rumoured to launch with a 5.3″ QHD 2560×1440 resolution display, high-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor and 3GB of RAM and a 16MP rear camera with built-in Optical Image Stabilization (OIS).

We’re still a fair way out from IFA, there doesn’t appear to be a list of Keynotes or Press events on the IFA website yet, so we’ll have to check it out as they launch. Stay tuned, the Galaxy F is looking pretty good right now.

UPDATED 24/06:
SAMMobiles has published a picture of the Galaxy F in ‘Crystal Clear’. No extra information at this stage, so we’ll hopefully see something soon.
Galaxy F Crystal Clear

UPDATED 28/06:
EvLeaks has posted another render of the Galaxy F in ‘Glowing Gold’, this time showing a full length shot of the phone.
Galaxy F - Glowing Gold - Full shot

 
Source: EvLeaks.

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