Samsung is well-known for rolling out variants for its flagship smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy S5 that came out in 2014 has been replaced by the Galaxy S6 this year, but a new Galaxy S5 Neo variant has been spotted on a retail website in the Netherlands.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo carries a model number of SM-G930F. Recently, the very same device had received Wi-Fi certification, which indicated that it would be released soon. Finally, the device has been listed on Belsipel, a Dutch online retailer, Phone Arena reported.

The Galaxy S5 Neo is available in black, gold and silver. Belsipel lists monthly service plans from three Dutch cellular operators.

The handset houses a 5.1 inches Super AMOLED display that offers a display resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. It produces a pixel density of 432 ppi.

The chipset present inside the Galaxy S5 Neo is the Exynos 7580 that features an octa-core processor of 1.6 GHz and Mali T720 graphics. It is accompanied by 2 GB of RAM. GSM Arena states that the Exynos chip delivers slower performance than the Snapdragon 801 that powers the Galaxy S5 flagship. It comes preinstalled with Android 5.1 Lollipop OS.

The internal storage available on the Galaxy S5 of 16 GB, and users can add up to 32 GB of microSD card on its externals storage. It features a main camera of 16 MP and the front-facing shooter is of 5 MP. It offers up to 300 Mbps download speed on 4G connectivity through its Cat.6 LTE modem. It is powered by a 2,800 mAh battery.

The Galaxy S5 Neo has a slim profile of 8.1 mm. It measures 142 x 72.5 and weighs 145 grams. The design of the device is quite similar to that of the Galaxy S5.

The Galaxy S5 has been listed with a price tag of 429 euros ($475 at current exchange rates). At this writing, the handset has not been officially announced by Samsung.