A new Galaxy F photo surfaced today, reminding us that what many called the Galaxy S Prime may indeed be on its way to market \u2013 under a different name. The Galaxy F photo surfaced by way of a tipster who contacted tech site PhoneArena with his news, so, aside from the tipster, there\u2019s no way to confirm that the photo is legitimate (although it appears to be, to the naked eye). With that said, the photo shows a Galaxy F that appears to have two features worth nothing: a wider screen that is more of an edge-to-edge display as well as thinner bezels. In fact, the Galaxy F looks significantly bezel-thin when stacked up against the Galaxy S5. As for the wider screen, you can see from the photo that the Galaxy F actually allows room for more on-screen space, occupying a little more room at the bottom of the display near the home button that it did in the Galaxy S5 (with the S5 leaving some home space between the bottom front display and the home button\/fingerprint scanner. The Galaxy F photo that surfaced isn\u2019t the only photo of the Galaxy F we\u2019ve seen; there\u2019ve been other images. One image that we\u2019ve seen from leakster Evan Blass (Twitter name @evleaks) shows the Galaxy F with a metal finish that matches something close to the LG G3 design. Some have said that Samsung placed a genuine aluminum metal back onto the Galaxy F, but it seems as though the metal back was intended for the company\u2019s Galaxy S5 Active \u2013 a smartphone that will go on sale this summer. See Also: Samsung Galaxy S5 Review After @evleaks provided the first photo of the Galaxy F, new photos have surfaced between Blass\u2019s photo and this one. In the new photos, the Galaxy F name is provided (yes, it appears as \u201cGalaxy F\u201d on the display), along with photos of a black metallic back cover. It seems that, as said above, the Galaxy F looks to have a plastic-textured metal finish as opposed to a metal back cover (the black plastic is a giveaway). Also See: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 expected specs, price and release date @evleaks said earlier this month that he had received a rumor from a tipster regarding the Galaxy F: \u201cIt\u2019s said to be a 5.3-inch, QHD, SD805-powered\/replacement\/for the Galaxy S line, meaning that there would be no S6. Allegedly launching at an \u2018Unpacked Ep. 2.\u201d Blass then added, \u201cThis rumor is completely unconfirmed, unverified, unsubstantiated\u201d in bold caps. In short, the Galaxy F will feature a somewhat wider display than the original Galaxy S5 (5.3 inches vs. 5.1 inches), but feature a brighter screen resolution that surpasses the Galaxy S5\u2019s current full HD (1920 x 1080) display to a Quad HD display (2560 x 1440). The Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor chip is set to emerge by the end of 2014, so Samsung\u2019s Galaxy F will also have a bit more power under the hood than the current, Snapdragon 801-powered Galaxy S5. There is no word on whether the Galaxy F, like the Galaxy S5, will feature water resistance. See Also: Android 4.4.3 KitKat arriving on Samsung Galaxy S5 On Wednesday, June 4th, @evleaks said that he had received a statement that the Galaxy F would go on sale in September. This is interesting timing indeed, considering that Samsung\u2019s Galaxy Note 4 is set to arrive at this time as well. What this could mean for customers is that there will be two smartphones to meet customers at that time.