It has never been withheld that there is always a chance for the Galaxy S5 from Samsung to arrive in a Neo variant, ever since the previous generation flagship was released in 2014. However, despite having its fair share of rumors and leaks (even as recently as last month), the Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo has proven itself to be as elusive as a leprechaun or unicorn. Perhaps your luck is about to change, as hopes of a new S5 Neo model has been reignited thanks to a new Wi-Fi certification being spotted.
This particular leaked document shows off a Samsung-branded device that will carry the model number SM-G903F, which might eventually end up as the Galaxy S5 Neo. It would not be too far off the mark to think about a reboot of the previous year’s flagship, since it carries the now classic Samsung look, although the timing does feel a bit awkward.
The Wi-Fi certificate happens to be dated July 6,which means that something is not quite right since July 6 has come and gone, and there is nothing official from the South Korean conglomerate just yet. Rumored hardware specifications of the Galaxy S5 Neo include an Exynos 7580 SoC with 64-bit octa-core 1.6GHz CPU, a Mali-T720 GPU, a front-facing 5MP shooter, a 5.1” Super AMOLED display, 2GB RAM, 16GB of internal memory, a 16MP camera at the back, and 2,800 mAh battery.