Galaxy S5 Active appears on Twitter, posing once again

Galaxy S5 Active appears on Twitter, posing once again

We’ve seen a few leaks of Samsung Galaxy S5 Active thus far, interestingly enough most of them happened within a week. First some pictures and videos leaked and not long after that some additional videos appeared.

This time around we have a press image of Galaxy S5 Active for AT&T, courtesy of @evleaks. We have a lot of info regarding this device thanks to numerous leaks in the last few days. Samsung Galaxy S5 Active is expected to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chip along with 2GB of RAM, and a 16MP camera, basically a Galaxy S5 with some added ruggedness.

Is this device on your shopping list? Will you get it once it gets released?

SOURCE: @evleaks

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2 Comments

  1. Tojen1981
    May 25, 19:51 Reply

    Liking the rugged look. Hope Samsung includes some sort of finger tracking software so touch is functional while the screen is wet.

    • Kristijan Lučić
      May 26, 04:10 Reply

      I hope we’ll find out soon!

      Do you plan to get it after it’s out and the screen works fine when it’s wet?

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