Samsung GALAXY F, in ‘perfect golden’ hue, 2014

  • http://www.gadgety.co.il/ Ronen Mendezitsky

    September 12 (2014) will be a Friday, not a Wednesday. Unless this is scheduled for 2018, that is.

  • Toss3

    The Galaxy F is shaping up to be a very nice-looking phone. Too bad it won’t have the developer support of the S5. Guess I’ll just have to wait for the iPhone 6/Nexus 6(hopefully there’s going to be one)/Galaxy S6. 64-bit Android is just around the corner anyways.

    • http://www.unitedgamers.com/ yash1331

      keep pressing on build number n you will have developer options

      • Kylecore

        Pretty sure he means custom rom Dev support not the developer mode hidden in every android phone.

        • http://www.unitedgamers.com/ yash1331

          +1
          if he want tw roms then he must wait for the next flagship………….otherwise aosp roms are available there on xda with (of course) dev support -.-

    • http://www.unitedgamers.com/ yash1331

      if you want tw roms then you must wait for the next flagship till then just flash pre-rooted, deodexed n tweak via xposed………….otherwise aosp roms are available there on xda with (of course) dev support -.-

  • dickwyn

    i’ll just wait an see what the Galaxy Note 4 packs

  • Eric Ralph

    ahhh, so the hideous Band-Aid texture is on the front, now.

  • Tony Turujlija

    Guess that samsung will need to copy Apples Fingeprint TouchID functionality. Otherwise they will loose even more market share over Apple and other upcoming competitors. The swipe sensor that they use in S5 is for mid/low end phones and it sucks compared to Apples “easy to use sensor”. Let us hope that Samsung choses the right sensor type and joins the premium brands again.

    • Jur

      Wow you are so ignorant youre beyond hope. Samsung.s sensor is secure enough that you can even use paypal with it. While crApple.s one is only good for screen unlocking
      So tell me again how functional the crapple one is.

      • Tony Turujlija

        Well Jur. The sensor itself is not depending on whether one can use paypal or not, it depends on software only. While other sensor manufactures offers touchsensors which are much more user friendly than swiping the finger, samsung still uses swipe sensor. The sensor that Samsung uses is from Synaptics and the FRR is up to 12-15%. False rejection rate. While the other manufacturer has 1% FRR. This leads to users disabling the sensors and not liking the swipe solution as they need to swipe couple of times until acceptance. If you only use 5 minutes to search the internet on reviews of the swipesensors you will see that many people say that it sucks compared to TouchID. Samsung could use paypal even with a touchsensor. There is brands..VIVO…KONKA…Fujitsu that not only have possibilities to buy stuff from internet (they were using this before samsung S5), they can also navigate using the sensor, lock email, pictures and also start different apps depending on what finger you are using. This no matter of sensor. My point was that if samsung had used a different sensor, such as Fingerprint cards Touchsensor, they would have much better results when it comes to FRR AND better user reviews. But they decided to use a swipe sensor method that is much worse than touch sensors (like touchID) when it comes to convenience. So, whether the sensor is secure enough in samsung is not the question. The swipe sensor sucks compared to TOUCHSENSORS. And samsung should use those sensors instead of swipe sensors. But samsung maybee like crap sensors before user friendly ones?

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