The Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime has been spotted on a shipping manifest in India, yet again hinting at the device’s existence. This manifest doesn’t really reveal much apart from the model number SM-G906K and is making its way to the region from South Korea for “R&D Purpose”. Samsung has shipped out three of these devices in total.
This doesn’t come as confirmation of the smartphone’s existence, but is clearly one of the strongest hints we’ve come across so far. If previous reports are anything to go by, this premium variant of the Galaxy S5 will feature an all metal body coupled by superior grade hardware like a 2K resolution display, 3GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 805 chipset, 32GB of internal storage and so on.
The timing of the launch will be interesting to see as the Galaxy S5 has only recently made its way to the market. Samsung wouldn’t want to crowd the market with two premium flagships at the same time, so we might have to wait a bit to see the Galaxy S5 Prime a.k.a. the Galaxy F in action.