It was a week ago that we brought you word of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime being spotted in a manifest, where this is supposedly a more upmarket version of the existing high flying flagship from Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy S5. South Korean newspaper AsiaToday has cited anonymous industry sources that Samsung is working to make the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime official this coming June.
Project KQ did mention in the past that the Galaxy S5 Prime is set to arrive with a 5.2″ QHD display (that would be equal to a whopping 2560 x 1440 pixels at a massive 564ppi), similar to what the LG G3 is set to deliver. While the vanilla Galaxy S5 is already a pretty souped up handset, Samsung does seem as though bringing this flagship to the next level is going to be worth an undertaking. After all, Samsung needs to continue keeping its advantage over its rivals at the cutting edge of things.
Apart from that, Project KQ looks determined to introduce two different versions of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime, where the South Korean version is said to arrive with Samsung’s most recent octa-core Exynos 5430 chipset, boasting of quad 2.1GHz Cortex-A15 and quad 1.5GHz Cortex-A7 cores that have been married to an 600MHz ARM Mali GPU.