Samsung CEO denies a more premium Galaxy S5 in the works

14 March, 2014 | Comments (87) | Post your comment

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The rumors about an upcoming premium version of the newly announced Galaxy S5 flagship has emerged shortly after the official premiere. The new model was rumored to pack a 4K display and a metal body.

In 2013 we saw similar rumors about an upcoming Galaxy F lineup that was supposed to replace the Galaxy S top models. The Galaxy F was also rumored to ditch the plastic panels in favor of metal. So one thing led to another and the alleged premium Galaxy S5 version began to be referred as the first Galaxy F model.

Well, if you hoped for such an upgrade, Samsung's CEO J.K. Shin says there are no plans of launching a more premium model of the Galaxy S5. The one thing we could expect though is a new Galaxy Note model this fall.

So, if we are to trust J.K. Shin, the Galaxy F/Galaxy S5 premium is indeed just a fans' daydream. After all there is not a single leaked piece of info revealing pictures, specs, or details about such a device.

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Samsung CEO denies a more premium Galaxy S5 in the works - reader comments

  • Anonymous

In Europe, people are slowly changing from samsung to Sony. And Z2 really got lots of people waiting.

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  • 2014-03-17 04:44
  • IaHc
  • Anonymous

"Paranoia"????WTF??:-) That's the truth, iboy Last year's "greatest" HTC One won all the tech sites polls. Right? All regular iboys voted for it but they buy only apple logo. Bet on, that this GSMA "poll" wi...

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  • 2014-03-16 00:31
  • TXn$
  • cya

Much paranoia man

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  • 2014-03-15 23:33
  • smmc