More Samsung Galaxy S5 Active official photos leak

Samsung logoA few more leaked photos of the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active surfaced today, again thanks to @evleaks. The press images are of the AT&T version of the phone and show not only the front, but also the back of the device and a view under the back cover exposing its details for everyone to see.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 Active keeps the design language of its predecessor and features bolt-like elements on the four corners as well as a thicker plastic on the sides that ought to protect it from unexpected gravity lessons. And just as the Galaxy S4 Active, the back is removable we get to see the user-replaceable battery as well as the microSD and microSIM card slots.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Active

The battery is identical to the one inside the Galaxy S5 - 2,800mAh. However, the Galaxy S5 Active will sport a slightly larger display than the Galaxy S5's. A recent video of the device confirmed a 5.2" 1080p Super AMOLED screen in addition to the usual physical hardware navigation keys below it.

You can also catch another video where the phone's user interface gets tested. The Samsung Galaxy S5 Active seems ready to make its debut in the near future. Its rumored specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC, 2GB of RAM, and a 16MP camera.

Source: GSMArena

Tags: Galaxy S5, Samsung, smartphones

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