Images taken with the camera on the Samsung Galaxy S IV are leaked

Images taken with the camera on the Samsung Galaxy S IV are leaked
For the last few weeks, information about a smartphone for AT&T with the model number Samsung SGH-l337 has been spotted. Thanks to the UAProf, we know that the device has a 4.99-inch 1920 x 1080 display which works out to 441ppi. Pictures allegedly with the camera from the AT&T model have been joined with pictures claimed to be from a model for Korea (SHV-E300S). The story here is that the two devices are said to be different variants of the eagerly awaitedSamsung Galaxy S IV. The pictures were uploaded to Google+ with the photos taken from the Korean camera uploaded on Wednesday and the shots from the AT&T model uploaded on Thursday.

In a way, those who already have been collecting money in a piggy bank, selling blood (or, ahem, other bodily fluids) raising money for the sequel to the current flagship Android model, might hope that these pictures have nothing to do with the Samsung Galaxy S IV. Why? Because the data indicate that the pictures were most likely not shot using a 13MP camera, which has been rumored to be on the back of the phone. Either a camera with a smaller sensor was used, or else someone at Samsung fiddled with the controls in an attempt to get the dogs off the scent. The latter is a possibility as the EXIF data indicates that the maximum resolution was not used.

Looking at the photos, the subject matter would only appeal to a dot fanatic or a weird Twister freak. That is the game we're talking about, not the weather phenomena. Yesterday, we told you that the Samsung Galaxy S IV is expected to be unwrapped on March 15th, and launch the following month in European markets.

source: HDBlog (translated), SamMobile, AndroidCommunity via Slashgear


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