The Samsung Galaxy S5. Steve Kovach/Business Insider
It's looking even more likely that Samsung will launch a new premium version of its Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone next month.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group's, which certifies Bluetooth devices, posted a listing (first spotted by GSM Arena ) that refers to an unnamed Samsung device with a model number similar to that of the current Galaxy S5.
The Samsung device that's just been Bluetooth certified has a model number of SM-G906L, which hints that it could be a variant of the Galaxy S5 (SM-G900A for the U.S.).
The device is believed to be called the Galaxy S5 Prime, although Samsung has yet to confirm such a phone. The Prime is believed to come with a 2560 Thay man hinh iphone x 1440 resolution display, which would make it one of the sharpest smartphone screens on the market.
It would contend with LG's upcoming G3 flagship smartphone , which will have that exact same resolution. The Prime also may come with a slightly faster processor than the chip found in the standard Galaxy S5.