More details about the new variant of the Samsung Galaxy S5 dubbed as Galaxy S5 Neo have surfaced.
Last month, the User Agent Profile (UAProf) for a Samsung device bearing model number SM-G750 leaked. As the UAProf suggests, the device will feature 720p display and 2.3GHz processor, which is believed to be the Snapdragon 800.
This also indicates the device could have a small screen but come with high-end features. The SM-G750 was believed to be the Galaxy S5 Mini then, as Samsung was working on a mini flagship variant.
But now it seems the SM-G750 will not be the mini version. Recently, the SM-G750H model has been spotted at Zauba, which was shipped to India for testing purposes. As the Zauba database suggests, the SM-G750H sports a 5.1in display. According to Sammobile, the SM-G750 is the Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo rumoured earlier.
The SM-G750 first appeared with a new variant having model number SM-G750A, which is for AT&T. Hence the SM-G750H would be an international variant. This is very much like the SM-G900H, which is the international variant of the Galaxy S5. Also, it is possible the display resolution which was previously 720p, could be increased to 1080p in the final version.