Purported Samsung Galaxy S4 leaked image

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Is this the Samsung Galaxy S4? Well some believe it certainly could be a leaked press release image of the much anticipated flagship Samsung phone.

While this leaked image has yet to be confirmed as a real interpretation of the Galaxy S4, there are certain aspects of the design which suggest that this is the real deal.

The design is fashionably Korean and follows many of the design trends other 2013 flagship phones are sporting such as a super narrow bezel, on-screen navigation buttons and what appears to be a larger (5-inch?) 1080 HD Amoled display.

If Samsung are hoping to keep up with phone from rivals such as Oppo, Huawei, HTC and ZTE, we can expect the Samsung Galaxy S4 to feature a 1920 x 1080 screen, 2GB RAM, 13 mega-pixel main camera, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and an updated quad-core Exynos CPU.

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  • XrainX

    Better technology is when the screen size is more than 90% of the phone size. This will make the difference between big brands and chinese products.

    For display sizes bigger than 4.5″ is possible to have a slim phone, just 1cm longer than the display and battery over 2700mAh.

    • Putbinoot

      Agreed, my Jiayu G3 with 4.5″ screen is 3.6cm bigger than the screen that’s 1.8cm top and bottom, the way ahead is not bigger screens but smaller bodies. A phone with a 4.5″ screen with a body .5cm either end is the future. You should be able to operate the phone with one hand.

      • xxx

        JiayuG4 is even smaller than G3, but with 4.7 screen instead of 4.5

  • dave

    if the body is too small your fingers will touch the screen when you wrap your hand around. New phones don’t have physical buttons any more and instead use the screen for the touch buttons, that saves some space.

  • Olivier

    U.G.L.Y galaxy S2 looks better !!!

  • Jasper

    Well, if following article is truth about the Exynos 5 Dual-soc’s power consumption. I don’t think this phone will be a big succes.

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/6536/arm-vs-x86-the-real-showdown