It was a big let down when Samsung said that it’s not working on a high end version of their Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone few days ago and most Samsung fans were disappointed at it. But, there is still some hope that something like this might happen.
According to some recent rumors, Samsung might be working on a mini version of their Galaxy S5, like they did with Note 3 by launching a mini version known as Note 3 Neo. So, Samsung might be planning to do the same with Galaxy S5.
It’s not official yet but according to a website they have spotted a Samsung device code named SM-G750A on Samsung’s user agent profile and said that the device might be heading towards AT&T. According to the profile, the smartphone will have a 720p display and will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3 GHz.
Now all of this sounds pretty familiar as we have already seen Sony do it with their Sony Xperia Z1 compact. It was a big failure for Samsung when it came out with a mini version of their Galaxy S4 which was not well received and resulted in a total loss for the company but the Sony Xperia Z1 compact have been well praised by the community because of its compact size and high end internal hardware which makes the smartphone perform even better because of the low resolution display at 720p.
Another device has also been spotted code named SM-C115 in a leaked benchmark shot and is said to be the successor to Galaxy S4 Zoom, termed as the Galaxy S5 Zoom. Galaxy S5 Zoom will have a 4.8-inch display supporting a resolution of 720p, Exynos Hexa-core processor from Samsung, ARM Mali- T624 GPU, 19MP back shooter while a 2MP front facing camera and will be running Android 4.4.2 out of the box.
The Galaxy S5 Neo could be a win for Samsung if they announce a smartphone that will include the mentioned specifications as phones are not all about style nowadays and customers expect their phones to be powerful, fast and responsive in a thin and stylish form factor.
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