It’s a new year so it’s not surprising that technophiles are eagerly waiting for the next new device to roll-out. One of the more eagerly awaited ones is the next Samsung Galaxy S smartphone. And a new leaked photo of what’s said to be the Samsung GS4 will surely cause the anticipation level to go up, along with the amount of rumors about the phone’s details and other specs.
Unlike the devoid of details photo that initially came out, the new image is more satisfying. The photo, which appears to be from a UAProf, shows a smartphone (with code SGH-i337) that’s designed like the Samsung S III, only with finer bezels and a bigger screen. Unconfirmed reports have pegged the Galaxy S IV to have a 4.99-inch with 1080p full HD display screen, a 440ppi density, a 13 megapixel camera and an S-Pen stylus, which has always been exclusive to the Note devices. The handset is also touted to run on the newest processor, Exynos 5 Octa, and would also come with a RAM of 2GB.
So far, Samsung is keeping an uber-tight lid on the said Galaxy S IV, although rumors abound that it will be unveiled on March 22 at Mobile Unpacked, the company’s next big event in the US.