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Samsung Galaxy F leaks again with golden hue

New Samsung Galaxy F leaks have surfaced, with the heavily rumoured phone once again shown off sporting a golden colour scheme.

The latest in a recent spate of Samsung Galaxy F leaks, the newly surfaced image offers an official looking view of the handset which is expected to one-up the company’s current flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy S5.

Appearing courtesy of repeated tipster @evleaks, the new Samsung Galaxy F image shows the phone, which features a design markedly similar to that of the S5, with a metal edging and golden rear.

The latest Samsung Galaxy F picture has surfaced alongside the simple message: “Samsung Galaxy F, in glowing gold.”

Although far from official, it is widely believed that the Samsung Galaxy F will touch down later this year, as a 5.3-inch answer to the recent LG G3.

Expected to see Samsung move to a 2560 x 1440p QHD panel, the Galaxy F has been rumoured to run the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM and the same 16-megapixel rear-mounted camera found on the flagship S5.

The tipped 5.3-inch form factor would see the Galaxy F line up a full 0.2-inches larger than the 5.1-inch S5, but still 0.2-inch smaller than the LG G3 which benefits from minimalist bezels.

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