One gripe many PlayStation fans had with the PlayStation 4 global event was the fact Sony didn’t show the console. Sure – we heard a lot of information pertaining to the DualShock 4 as well as caught glimpses of some sweet-looking next-generation games, but we certainly wanted to see what we’ll be staring out for hours at a time. While Sony has yet to unveil the PlayStation 4, that hasn’t stopped them from teasing us nearly 24 hours prior to Xbox’s unveiling of its next-generation Xbox.
The teaser video looks to have highlighted the PlayStation 4 console, but many of the images are shown at high speeds while slowly zooming into a blurry, black rectangle. What we can make out from the video is a PlayStation logo, what looks to be exhaust ports, maybe a power button, and a bunch of close-up angles of what we assume is the PlayStation 4. Oh – yea, don’t forget about the “4″ which seems to resemble the “4″ in the PS4 logo.
The title of the video hints that we could possibly be seeing the PlayStation 4 make its debut at E3 this year, although we think it would have been safe to assume Sony was planning on unveiling it on June 10 anyway during its global press conference.
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Earlier this month, we did bring you word that the Samsung SGH-i537 could be the waterproof version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active for AT&T, while a few days after that, a handset known as the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active has picked up its Bluetooth certification along the way. This would certainly mean that the Galaxy S4 Active has long been making its rounds on the rumor mill. Word has it that the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active (SGH-I9295) has leaked out as you can see above, where this will be a tougher dust and water resistant version of the Galaxy S4 flagship.
What we do know about the device is, it will be powered by a quad-core 1.9GHz processor with Adreno 320 GPU, in addition to a 5” Full HD display – although it remains to be seen whether this is a Super AMOLED screen or not. Other than that the pixel density of this display stands at a purported 480ppi. Not only that, some rumors point to an 8-megapixel rear camera, which would definitely be a step down in terms of megapixel count from the Galaxy S4’s 13-megapixel, but unless you plan to blow up your photos to really large sizes, this really isn’t any big loss to the end user.
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