The new leaked render definitely looks like it's from the same batch as some others we've seen before. It's even got the same typo in the date it shows on the screen - September 12 is a Friday this year, and it will only be a Wednesday in 2018.
Of note is the fact that there was another such image depicting the gold Galaxy F. In that case we saw a bit of its back cover design too, but for some reason that render was devoid of the handset's lower parts.
Not so this time around, when we can feast our eyes upon a button arrangement that screams 'Samsung', with the well known physical Home button flanked by Recent apps and Back capacitive buttons.
Interestingly, this particular hue is now being called "glowing gold", while the previously leaked variation was going by "perfect gold". It's rather unlikely that Samsung would work on two separate gold Galaxy F models, so perhaps the exact name of this color simply hasn't been chosen yet.
The overall design of the Galaxy F is undoubtedly in line with Samsung's previous efforts, though the side bezels of this device are noticeably smaller compared to those of the Galaxy S5.
With the Galaxy S5 LTE-A already out in South Korea sporting a QHD (2560x1440) touchscreen, it's unclear what the Galaxy F may bring new to the table aside from its slightly different design (and perhaps a metal construction).
these companies design already very good craftmanship. They can remain the same. But samsung really needs to improve on its refined quality and craftmanship
very different, innovative and revolutionary design! well done samsung
Because it lags with only 3 GB :)