It appears a new Samsung phone, the SM-G850F, is headed to Nordic countries soon. Samsung opened support pages for the SM-G850F across Scandinavia, including Sweden, Finland, Norway, and Denmark.
The SM-G850F seems to be an international variant of the SM-G870A for AT&T and the SM-G860P for Sprint. Those models are slated for launch in the United States.
Samsung typically sets up these regional support sites right before a device goes on sale. So the SM-G850F may see a Scandinavian release in the coming weeks or months.
The company hasn’t shared official details about the phone yet. But the model number indicates it will slot into Samsung’s Galaxy S smartphone portfolio as a premium flagship.
With the Galaxy S5 unveiling just weeks away, the SM-G850F could be an early offshoot targeted specifically at Nordic markets. Or it may represent a future iterative update.
Either way, Samsung fans in Sweden, Finland, Norway, and Denmark have a new Galaxy S series option on the horizon. Expect more details directly from Samsung as the phone’s regional release gets closer.
For now, the support pages offer the clearest sign yet of the SM-G850F’s impending Nordic debut as Samsung’s high-end lineup expands.