Samsung is announcing the Galaxy S IV on March 14th. That’s a fact! And just few days remaining for its launch a set of new photos of the purported Samsung GT-I9502 have leaked out into the wild.
A Chinese forum has posted a convincing set of images of GT-I9502 claiming the device to be a dual-SIM version of the Galaxy S IV for China Unicom. As evident in the images, the alleged device appears to be bigger than Galaxy S3. The device is shown running 4.2.1 Jelly bean on Quad-Core ARMv7 processor (VFPv4, NEON), 2GB RAM, and GPU PowerVR SGX 544MP. The display resolution is marked as 1080×1920 pixels.
These images are believed to be the real and are sweeping the net among Android fans that are hungry for Galaxy S4 details. Or it could just be an engineering prototype?
Past leaks have already confirmed that the next generation device Galaxy S will have a 13 Megapixel camera, an Exynos Octa processor paired with 2GB of RAM, a 13 MP camera, 5.01 inch 1080×1920 pixels full HD display. Samsung will also be using a new TouchWiz Nature UX (Nature UX 2.0 is unconfirmed, however).
Samsung will launch the Galaxy S IV smartphone at Radio City Music Hall in New York’s Times Square on March 14th. Stay tuned for more!