On Thursday Samsung will be taking the wraps off the Samsung Galaxy S4, one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year. While some of its specs have been allegedly leaked and gleaned from a bit of logical deduction, one thing remains a mystery – the design of the phone itself. Well thanks to a post on a Chinese forum alleged photos of a certain Samsung GT-i9502 have been leaked, leading some to speculate that this could be the Samsung Galaxy S4. Upon first glance it looks like the Galaxy S3 and it’s a bit hard to tell without holding the device if it is really a 4.99” display.
However some of the screenshots pictured show the phone’s specs, such as a quad-core processor and a Full HD 1920×1080 display. Of course these could be photoshopped but with the announcement around the corner, there is a good chance that this could be the real thing. At the same time we have to wonder about its design. If you recall not too long ago some alleged Galaxy S4 cases were spotted at CeBIT 2013, and based on that design, it seems that we could look forward to a square-ish design reminiscent of the Galaxy S2, rather than the more curvy Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2.
Either way we only have a few days to go before the unveiling, so what do you guys make of this? Real or fake?
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