Hmmm, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is not even released officially yet to any of the worldwide markets, and here we are with the possibility of a Galaxy S5 variant leaking out. Apparently, the Samsung SM-G750 with its UAP (user agent profile) has been uploaded to the South Korean conglomerate’s servers. This particular device is known as the SM-G750A, where it does have a pretty strong possibility of heading in the direction of AT&T as the mobile carrier of choice.
Based on the information that could be gleaned from the UAP, it seems that the SM-G750 will come with a 720p display of unknown size, and it will be powered by a quad-core 2.3GHz processor, which could translate to the Snapdragon 800 chipset. Underneath the hood, one ought to be able to find Android 4.3 Jelly Bean alive and kicking, although who are we to say that Samsung might not change the version number to KitKat by the time the device is released?
Apart from that, no other information concerning the SM-G750 has been made available, although we would dare venture that this might be the US model name for the rumored Galaxy S5 Neo, or how about it being the Galaxy S5 mini? Only time will be able to tell, so hold your horses!
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