After the unveiling of Samsung’s Galaxy S5 at the Mobile World Congress in February, people wanted much more and rumors on various versions of the device have started to spread all over the world. We are not the only ones who have heard things about an upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo and now it seems that the handset might have leaked in a UAProf. This User Agent Profile is practically revealing an unannounced Samsung SM-G750A smartphone, which could be indeed a lower-specs variant of the popular flagship, based on the information that we have at this moment.
To be more precise, it seems that this Samsung SM-G750 will have a 720p display of unknown size and it will get its power from a quad-core 2.3GHz processor, which makes us all think of a Snapdragon 800 chipset. Things don’t look bad up to now, but about the fact that this Samsung model has been spotted as running on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean?
Maybe Samsung will think about changing the operating system to KitKat by the time this Samsung SM-G750 device is released or maybe it isn’t Galaxy S5 Neo at all. Honestly, we don’t see this handset as featuring an older version of Android under any circumstances. And if rumor has it that it is a Galaxy S5 version, who’s telling that it isn’t Samsung Galaxy S5 mini or maybe just a carrier-branded version of the smartphone and nothing more than that? Everything is possible at this moment!
Let’s just hope that we’ll soon have an official announcement and then we’ll know for sure if these speculations are indeed showing the truth.