The entire world is looking forward to learn more on what Samsung’s next Galaxy flagship device will have to offer in terms of features and design, and a new set of allegedly leaked photos with the device appear set to provide such details.
Available courtesy of Chinese forum bbs.52samsung
, these photos supposedly provide us with a glimpse at the Samsung GT-I9502 model, which might be nothing more than a Galaxy S IV
prototype, as SammyHub
According to the forum, the handset is set to arrive on shelves at China Unicom with support for two SIM cards, and should indeed prove to be a Galaxy S IV variant, yet we'll take the info with a grain of salt for the time being.
Not to mention that there’s no confirmation available on this being the final design of the device for this market, nor on it being set to arrive on shelves in other markets around the world featuring the same design as seen in these photos.
In fact, with Samsung
known to usually release the same device in different forms depending on the targeted country, and with Galaxy S IV previously rumored to sport a square design, we should expect for the international version to look different than what can be seen in the photos below.
Even so, it’s worth mentioning that Samsung GT-I9502 appears to be running under Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean, and that the AnTuTu benchmark confirms it with a quad-core processor inside, clocked in at 1.8GHz (an ARMv7 CPU mentioned as Universal5410, which might be the Exynos 5410 chipset).
Furthermore, the device appears to sport a full HD screen, 2GB of RAM, and a 13-megapixel photo snapper, all of which have been previously rumored to make it inside the final flavor of Galaxy S IV
One way or the other, there are only three days left until all the necessary info on Galaxy S IV becomes official, as Samsung is getting ready to formally introduce the phone on March 14 in New York. Stay tuned for more on the matter.