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Samsung website hints at smaller model of Galaxy S5 on the way
Thursday, March 20, 2014 @ 1:19pm

Samsung could be preparing to launch a smaller version of the Galaxy S5, if rumors about a file on Samsung's own servers are true. A user agent profile refers to a mobile device with the model number SM-G750, a device which could potentially turn out to be the Galaxy S5 Mini or S5 Neo, based on the specification listings inside the Samsung-produced file.



The user agent profile found by GalaxyClub appears to be for a device destined for AT&T, runs Android 4.3, and will use a processor with a clock speed of 2.3GHz, something which could turn out to be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 or 801. The screen resolution appears as 1280x720, but is not listed with a measurement of the display itself, nor a pixel density.

Samsung Galaxy S5
Samsung Galaxy S5
Samsung has not hinted at any potential variants for the Galaxy S5, but considering it turned out a number of devices based on the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 within months of each respective device's launch, it is probable that Samsung will make a similar move with the S5 this year.

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