Soon, South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung Electronics might unveil a premium flavor of the Galaxy S5 smartphone, and the device appears to have made an appearance on a price guide portal in Hong Kong. The handset has been seen there with model number SM-G906x attached to it, which has been long rumored to denominate the more powerful, better-looking flavor of the Galaxy S5 flagship, yet no official confirmation on the matter has been provided as of now.
Moreover, the mobile phone is expected to land on the market with a Snapdragon 805 processor inside, as well as with 3GB of RAM.
Rumor has it that the phone would be launched under the name of Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime, and that it would land on shelves with a metallic body, unlike the Galaxy S5, which still features a lot of plastic.
The handset was rumored to be released this year, even before the Galaxy S5 went official, and was initially expected to arrive in February, alongside the flagship Android phone. However, Samsung did not announce it then and even suggested a few months ago that it wasn’t planning the launch of a Premium version of Galaxy S5.
On the other hand, the company also confirmed that premium smartphones were included in its roadmap, and a higher-end flavor of Galaxy S5 appears to be one of them, after all.
At the moment, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime, provided that it is indeed released under this name, is expected to make an official appearance on shelves in South Korea, on the networks of all major carriers.
An SM-G905H variant has also been spotted, which suggests that users in Europe might also get a taste of the device.
On Friday, South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung announced the immediate availability of its Galaxy Express LTE smartphone on the market in Hong Kong, after bringing the smartphone to various markets in Europe earlier this week.


Made official last year for the US market and announced for other countries as well back in January, the smartphone arrives on shelves as a mid-range device, though still capable of providing users with fast connectivity capabilities while on the go.
Furthermore, the smartphone hits shelves with a 5-megapixel photo snapper on the back, as well as with a 1.3MP front camera that should provide users with the possibility to make video calls while on the road. It takes just a few minutes and a handful of metro stops to travel from Hong Kong Island to the Kowloon neighbourhood Sham Shui Po (SSP), but the journey takes you to a different world.Hong Kong Island is a shining consumer paradise.
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SSP offers a bustling market where Hong Kong's entrepreneurial streak has collided with Chinese superstitions to produce stalls at which chain-smoking hawkers flog ‘lucky’ mobile phone numbers for as much as ?500 a pop.The luckiest numbers rely on homonyms. Out of all thse phones, 67% have been smartphones showing the greta appetite Kenyans have towards the gadgets.This growth is attributed to a growing middle class that has increased the uptake of high end phones. Some are priced as low as HK$100 (about ?9) but the most expensive spotted by The Reg was a whopping HK$6800 (?543) for the mobile number: 6983 7777. The second, more common, method is by buying up pre-paid SIMs – they can be purchased in 7-11s, for example – and activating the randomly assigned number to see if it is felicitous.“If the numbers are lucky they will keep it to sell. Considered self-deprecation when used by a gweilo, but can be very rude when aimed at someone else. Typically those SIM cards are nearly void because these cards are idle for a while and not recharged,” Wong explained.



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