Samsung seems to be preparing to break new ground: that of ‘premium’ metal smartphones, and the first device in that new family is expected to be the Galaxy F.
It is often said to be Samsung’s antidote for Apple’s iPhone, the industry’s poster child in terms of looks and style.
While earlier Galaxy smartphones have always packed cutting-edge silicon, their plasticky build put them in a disadvantage, and the Galaxy F aims to change that image.
So far, we can only guess the price, but given the aggressive price policy of Samsung, we would not be surprised if the ‘premium’ Galaxy F is actually sold at the same price as the next iPhone.
With Apple’s rumored plans to bring both a regular-sized iPhone and a 5.5-inch phablet, Samsung might have changed its plans as well, though. And as for availability, we’re, of course, expecting the Galaxy F to be sold on all four major U.S. carriers.