A Spigen case that has been listed on Amazon the product is said to be compatible with the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S5 Prime.
SamMobile suggests that this could mean that the Korean manufacturer is indeed releasing two models of its flagship device.
This confirms speculation by KGI analyst Ming Chi Kuo about the existence of a “Prime” and a “Standard” Galaxy S5 model.
The site writes that the premium version could come with a higher-resolution display (2560×1440 vs 1920×1080) and that it could appear a few weeks later after the launch of the standard model.
Samsung hasn’t offered any information on the handset so far but they have released a video that apparently confirms the device’s waterproof capabilities.
The company’s Unpacked 5 event will be held February 24 at 20:00.