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Premium version of Samsung Galaxy S5 rumored, headed to India

We are now back with some rumors and leaks based on the South Korean multinational electronics manufacturer's 2014 flagship handset's purported premium version, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime. In our previous leaks on the Galaxy S5, we had hinted you about the company's plans to out the models of their front runner smartphone in both traditional plastics and another in a metal based finish.

While we are not sure on what the name of the phone will commercially be when Samsung debuts the device, but for now we will have to call it the Galaxy S5 Prime, as it's tipped to feature more detailed higher end internals in a premium chassis outside. And if the new reports from the Indian import cargo website Zauba's manifest is to be believed, we see them reporting the shipments of four Samsung sample mobile phone sets, model named, SM-G906K from South Korea to India for R&D purpose. Accordingly, their database haven't gone wrong at times, where previously we saw many of Samsung devices go through them, before an official announcement.

Other reports in hands read that, earlier, GFXBench had listed a Samsung phone with model name, SM-G906S, can be a different version of SM-G906K, attributing internal specifications like, Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, speeding at 2.5GHz, Adreno 420 Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), 5.2-inches Ultra High Definition screen of 2560 x 1440 or 2K resolution display, 32 gigabytes of internal mass storage, three gigabytes of Random Access Memory (RAM), 16 megapixels main camera, a two megapixels secondary camera and running Android's version 4.4.2 KitKat. We hope you haven't forgotten the Galaxy F series line-up too.

Source: BGR