Samsung SM-G906K (Galaxy S5 Prime) appears on Korean website

A Galaxy S5 with a QHD (2560×1440) display – tentatively called Galaxy S5 Prime – seems to be getting closer and closer to becoming official, as after a recent appearance in Hong Kong, it has (temporarily) reared its face on a Korean website. An SM-G906K (the Korean variant of the phone) was spotted at the Olleh TV website as a device supported by the service but has since been taken, though not without leaving a hint that the SM-G906 – whatever this device may turn out to be named – could be in its final stages of development and be made official very soon.

The image accompanying the phone’s listing was one we’ve already seen before, showing a Spigen back cover on the device. It isn’t surprising that an existing image was used – Samsung has been pretty good with hiding its devices’ actual design before launch, so we probably won’t know whether the Galaxy S5 Prime really does sport a new design and/or a metallic construction before it goes official.



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2 years 11 months ago

If Samsung does indeed announce it next month, then I may consider upgrading my outdated GSIII for it.

2 years 11 months ago

I can’t wait to see what will be that SM-G906. I may even swap my SM-G900F for it, if it offers better screen, camera, ram and storage besides cpu performance.

2 years 11 months ago

the leather in the back of s5 standard still good for hand grip very unlikely slip from your hand – but you know aluminum is good for cooling the phone u know many heatsink made from aluminum so if they use aluminum case may reduce heat few percent and dont forget really enhancing the look of the phone also .

2 years 11 months ago

It enhances the look as long as it’s new and kept unscratched with no hits visible.

Polycarbonate resists more to this agressions in the daily life and so maintains the same look over the time.

S5 has no back leather unless your purchase the new flip/S cover.