Samsung said to be working on new Galaxy F line
Samsung is allegedly developing a new ultra premium Galaxy F smartphone series to go alongside the famous Galaxy S line. According the Korean news site ETNews, the modeling of the new range of devices is currently ongoing and a first device is expected early next year.
If the source is to be believed, the first F series device (most likely called the Galaxy F), is expected to feature a full-metal body and updated design. It is also said to come with an Octa-core Exynos processor, 16 megapixel camera with OIS. No word on the screen size or resolution, but most likely it will be priced higher than the Note series.
This means that by the time the H2 rolls around, competitors like LG and Sony have released their own superior offerings, resulting in a less-than-stellar holiday season sales. Releasing a high-range metal-clad smartphone during this period would be a smart move.