It appears as though Samsung could be about to release two handsets when it launches its flagship smartphone next month (April).
The manufacturer is expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy S5 in April, where we could also see another device such as the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini or Neo unveiled.
A user agent profile for a device named the SM-G750A has been spotted on the company's servers, indicating that it could be a mid or even high-end phone. A number of specs were also leaked claiming the device will come with a 2.3GHz quad-core processor and a screen resolution of 720 x 1280.
All this points to a smaller device, rather than Samsung's high-end products, which usually sport massive screens. According to the profile, the handset will come running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, though it is likely this will be upgraded to a version of KitKat before it actually hits the shelves.
Posted by Simon Thomas