While there’s no official announcement, it appears that there is a Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini is on the way, according to a new leak.
Picked up by TechnoBuffalo, A user agent profile on Samsung’s official website makes reference to a “SM-G750A”, a model which hasn’t previously been seen. The “A” is probably a reference to US carrier AT&T, which could mean that the phone will debut in the States.
There’s also mention of a 1280 x 720 display; an ARM11-based CPU with a maximum processing speed of 2.3GHz (most likely the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 or 801 – the latter of which is sported by the full-sized Galaxy S5); and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
While Samsung is yet to confirm the launch of a scaled-down, more affordable version of the S5, it’s a likely probability given the history of Samsung’s releases. The company has a tendency to bring out the flagship Galaxy S-series phone first, then a series of variants in the following weeks and months.