Samsung Galaxy S4 Specs Page Leaks Out – Shows Metal Body
Samsung Galaxy S4 release date seems very near as more and more Galaxy S4 reports and images are leaking out in the ground, not a while ago a leaked report shown the Samsung unpacked event releases date that is 22 March, then a New Zealand contest gave similar information and now we have a leaked image even with specification, this piece of leaked reports also shines with similar detail.
The image shows a 5-inch 1080p Full HD Super AMOLED+ Display, 2GHz A15 Exynos 5450 quad-core processor and 2GB DDR3 RAM while Samsung is using a 13MP rear camera and 2MP front camera for photography, it seems that Samsung love upgrade the size of their Galaxy S series smartphone as the Galaxy S3 offer 4.8-inch display and the next flagship device is 5-inch. The 2GHz A15 Exynos 5450 quad-core processor also make sense as this chip was released back in CES and Samsung will surely use it for something special.
The image also comes with charging issue, the Korean company is looking for Li-Ion 3,100 mAh battery to power-up the smartphone and of course it would offer almost 2 days battery life, a previous leaked report also confirmed the same.
The smartphone is going to offer the same storage deal the Galaxy S3 offer, 16GB model, 32GB model and 64GB model, all of them would offer removable SD card slot to increase the storage space, this is the most remarkable feature that you can’t find under iPhone line, but this Galaxy topic, so let the iPhone name go.
If you explore the image a bit more, there’s 4G LTE, Dedicated camera button and a Bluetooth 5.0. Samsung is using Android 4.2 to operate the device and how can Samsung miss TouchWiz UI? Of course not. The most attention-grabbing point is metal body that seems a bit strange direction of the Galaxy line.
If you take a look on the Galaxy S4 image, Samsung is missing up the home button, it’s might be a copy of Nexus-style. However I’m not satisfied with the lack of home button, do you? Leave your thoughts below as a comment.
Via: Android Community