Samsung are set to reveal the new Samsung Galaxy S5 at Mobile World Congress later this week, something that has been rumoured for some time now, however we haven’t heard much about what was leaked today.
With an alleged case listing from Spigen being posted on Amazon, we now have information that may hint at the release of not one but two versions of the Samsung Galaxy S5, something that was mentioned by Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities a few weeks back, stating that there will be both a “Standard” version and a “Prime” version of the handset.
This has now been confirmed in the listing, which stated in the product description that the Spigen case is “compatible with Samsung Galaxy S5 (2014) & Galaxy S5 Prime (2014).”
The images of the case also reveal some extra features, some featuring a home button and others without it, which could point to Samsung’s move away from home buttons, or could even point to the inclusion of the fingerprint sensor we have seen in rumours before.
There is a chance that these images are fake however, or they could be real as a way and posted on purpose in order to create hype for the smartphone.
Samsung are said to be unveiling the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Samsung Galaxy S5 prime (if real) at their Unpacked 5 event on Monday.