Report: Galaxy S5 Prime to go on sale in mid-June, at least in Korea

Traditionally, after the launch of Samsung’s latest Galaxy S flagship, the next big thing everyone looks forward to is the next Galaxy Note. However, this time, all eyes are on the Galaxy S5 Prime, expected to be a no holds barred premium version of the Galaxy S5 (which is already a premium handset based on its hardware and specs), and a phone that has been in plenty of rumors over the last few weeks. Today, a new report has surfaced with more news on the Galaxy S5 Prime – according to Naver, the phone could go on sale as early as mid-June, at least in Samsung’s home country, which backs up previous rumors of a June launch.

According to the report, the phone could be released almost simultaneously on all major South Korean carriers. However, that shouldn’t be taken as a sign that the phone will similarly arrive in other markets at the same time – earlier reports have suggested the S5 Prime could be produced in limited quantities, so it could be a while before it makes its way outside South Korea, even though the phone was already listed on a Hong Kong website recently.

The Galaxy S5 Prime is expected to sport a 5.2-inch QHD (2560×1440) display, an Exynos 5430/Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM, a 16-megapixel rear camera with Samsung’s ISOCELL technology, LTE-A connectivity, and Android 4.4.3 KitKat. It could also feature a metallic/more premium construction than on the standard Galaxy S5, though for now that is speculation rather than a certainty.

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Paps Duke
Paps Duke

Ok,we’ve had enough of “prime” where “prime” there,we should as a group try getting samsung on its software update.I know this comment won’t get anywhere.


C’mon evleaks, please leak it!


im currently an S4 user. for now im more interested on upcoming iphone 6 rather that the s5 prime. fyi: i never like ios. but only interested for the iphone 6 construction.