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Samsung SM-G750A could be an AT&T branded Galaxy S5 mini: Rumor


The Samsung Galaxy S5 is yet to officially arrive in the markets and there’s already talk of a ‘mini’ variant. This new leak has now uncovered what seems to be the AT&T variant of the Galaxy S5 mini. This leak comes from a User Agent Profile accessed via Samsung’s servers, thus substantiating claims of its authenticity. We saw another Galaxy S5 variant called the Galaxy S5 Zoom some days ago.

AT&T is known to have launched such smartphones in the past, as it sold the Galaxy S III mini as well as the Galaxy S4 mini from last year. So it’s only logical to assume that it will carry the upcoming mini variant of the Galaxy S5. But since the existence of the Galaxy S5 mini is yet to be confirmed, we’re taking this new revelation with a pinch of salt.

The UAProf also reveals the existence of a 720p display and a quad core 2.3 GHz chipset, which we’re assuming will be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800. So the smartphone could turn out to be something interesting, if these leaks materialize.

Galaxy S5 Mini UAProf

Source: Samsung

Via: Phone Arena


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  1. I actually haven’t gotten to handle a Nexus 5 in person yet. What do you think of it in comparison to the Nexus 4 and maybe even the iPhone?

  2. Yeah. I too had a first generation Note, and then a Note 3. I din’t like the Note 3 for its size. It was very uncomfortable in the jeans pocket. The Nexus 5 now is awesome. I agree with the iPhone as well.

  3. I used to own a Note 2 before I sold it. After using it for some time, I had a growing distaste with larger phones, partially because I don’t enjoy smartphones as much as I used to. That said, I ended up getting an iPhone. ;P

  4. Yeah. And that’s good. The G Pro 2 is also an awesome device. But personally, I don’t like such as big one.

  5. Yeah, they do. For some time, I was worried because they seemed to pushing out low quality smartphones at an alarming rate, but then their production in that area seems to have slowed down, in favor of more high quality smartphones, like the Nexus 5 and G2.

  6. I just think the company is experimenting with its bloatware on Android, and then probably will port the successful ones to Tizen. Then Tizen will appear to have less bloatware compared to Android.

  7. I have absolutely no interest in buying an S5 mini. For me it’s the “standard” S5 or none at all. I don’t want to compromise on the size or the features, but that’s just me.

  8. The amount of smartphones Samsung is releasing will get thrown back in their face in the coming years. I predict another HTC situation. That is, if Samsung can’t come up with something new.

  9. As HereAfter Now said, there was an error where the author assumed AT&T sold the S4 Mini. Of course, we can’t blame her, there’s so many Samsung products it’s hard to keep them straight.

  10. Samsung needs some mental help. I don’t think they understand the idea of releasing a quality product, but that’s just one man’s opinion.

  11. I don’t think we need to call it a rumor, well, except for the AT&T part. There will be a S5 Mini.

  12. LOL! Another Samsung iteration. Confuse the customer if you can’t convince them. That is the motto of Samsung.

  13. Ummm if you had actually read the article you would have read this “AT&T is known to have launched such smartphones in the past, as it sold the Galaxy S III mini as well as the Galaxy S4 mini from last year”

  14. Looks like a good mid range device to me. Its not like the company releases so many variants of a phone. Its about catering to all the segments in a market.

  15. There are so many “mini” smartphone from Samsung in the market today. Good way to confuse consumers and make them buy it.

  16. Here we go again. Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy S5 Mini, Galaxy S5 Zoom, Galaxy S5 Slim, etc. #facepalm.

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