When it comes to the smartphone wars, specs can be subjectively conclusive and inclusive. But now, even the launch date matters…at least for Samsung. The South Korean-based company is rushing ahead for a new flagship device called Galaxy F in order to release it ahead of the iPhone 6’s debut, which is expected for September.
Regarding the specs, Phone Arena is reporting:
On Saturday, we showed you pictures taken by one of our loyal readers, allegedly revealing the Samsung Galaxy F. As we previously discussed, this is the “premium” version of the manufacturer’s flagship Android smartphone, with major bumps in screen resolution, processing speed and the camera. With a 1440 x 2560 QHD resolution on its 5.3 inch screen, a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor under the hood and a 16MP rear-facing snapper with OIS, many are saying that this is the phone that should have been released as the Samsung Galaxy S5.
This is not the first time Samsung tried to beat Apple; we’ve seen legal disputes over everything from trademarks to patents to campaign ads. What makes this Galaxy F report interesting is that Samsung’s beefing up a smartphone with higher specs that may give us clues on the possible internal specs of iPhone 6. Apple surely won’t allow its competitor to have better specs than the iPhone 6, right? Or does Apple know better?
Via [Phone Arena]