Samsung is currently preparing for the launch of its premium smartphone. For months, it was reported the arrival of a high-end Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime will feature several premium specifications, including QHD display and metal design that will be released in June.
With new updates, the device known as Galaxy F could be arriving in September. Recently, it was tweeted by @evleaks claiming Galaxy F will be launching in September. Also, it is also the same month iPhone 6 will be released.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4, also rumored to launch in September, has now paired with Galaxy F to challenge HTC One, LG G series and Apple's iPhone.
Although nothing is confirmed yet, Samsung is ready to attack iPhone 6 with its two upcoming devices: Galaxy F and Galaxy Note 4.
Since the Galaxy F news have been making rounds for quite some time, it is rumored not only with iPhone 6 but it can also compete with upcoming LG G3.
Galaxy F, like iPhone 6 comes in a metal design that goes beyond the standard Samsung plastic case. It also includes 5.3-inch quad-HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3 GB RAM, 16 MP camera, 2 MP front-facing camera, LTE-Advanced support, microSD support and Android 4.4.3 KitKat.
It was also reported, along with several leaked images, Galaxy F will display a 2K resolution with 2560 x 1440 pixels.
Sources confirmed Galaxy F will be launched in a limited area of scope. Like the previous year's Samsung Galaxy releases, it is predicted Galaxy F will fall short of release areas. There are some more rumors that point out an expensive launch with Europe and North America as possible destinations.