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It's the teal thing!; third color option for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active leaks on film

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It's the teal thing!; third color option for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active leaks on film
On Friday, we showed you a leaked photograph of the rugged Samsung Galaxy S4 Active in a grey-ish version, wearing AT&T's branding. Prior to that, we had seen the water and dust resistant version of the Android flagship done up in red. Now, a picture from evleaks shows a side view of the handset which this time is colored in teal. Because we can't see the back of the device, there is no way of knowing whether this color will be an option for AT&T customers.

If you're nervous about buying a flagship model because of your butterfingers, this would certainly be the model for you to consider. The phone is expected to be unveiled during Samsung's Premiere event in the U.K. on June 20th. Perhaps then we will find out what we can expect from the water resistant feature. While some models, like the Sony Xperia Z, are water resistant to a depth of 1 meter, other models like the Motorola DROID 4 are resistant to a splash of water.

You might recall the video we showed you of P2i's MWC display which was truly amazing. The water-repellant nano-coating was applied to an ordinary tissue and dipped in water. You need to see the results! At the same time, a treated Samsung Galaxy S III was lying submerged in water with the timer indicating that it had been swimming with the fishies for some time. We don't know if P2i is involved with the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, but we should know a lot more after Samsung's event.

source: evleaks via UnwiredView

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