It was earlier that we reported on the rumor that the Samsung Galaxy S5 could feature a metal body and while this could be pretty exciting news for users looking forward to the device come 2014, it turns out that it could be larger than we thought. According to Korean media outlets, this alleged metal Galaxy S5 will be part of the South Korean tech giant’s new premium lineup of smartphones that has been dubbed “Project F”. We’re not sure if the Galaxy S5 will be the only device, or if future premium devices will be part of the lineup, such as the Galaxy Note 4, for example.
According to the alleged specifications, Project F devices could have display sizes ranging between 4.5” to 5.5”, and would eventually incorporate flexible displays, Exynos octa-core processors (presumably the 64-bit ones Samsung is working on), and cameras with built-in optical image stabilization technology. In any case these smartphones are starting to sound like pretty impressive devices but of course rumors being rumors, there’s no telling if any of this is true, but what do you guys think? Are you excited about Samsung’s Project F?
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